The Middle Class Feeds Upon Itself: Chinese Mushrooms and American Jobs

The Middle Class Feeds Upon Itself: Chinese Mushrooms and American Jobs

by Andy Leonard

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Overview

In his book on the American jobs dilemma, the author examines some of the problems that the action of the American middle class has brought upon itself. He comments on how we have allowed institutions to grow too-big-to-succeed while focusing on those that are too-big-to-fail. He asks, why have we let our politicians pit Americans against each other with a rancorous class warfare agenda, why is the stuff we use every day from toothpicks to tractors made someplace else and why are the President and Congress unable to solve our jobs crises. He has an interesting theory regarding why Main Street has disconnected from Wall Street. Why do we give our Social Security contributions along with our employer's to the government instead of keeping them in individual accounts. Andy proposes a Commit to America plan that focuses on providing private sector jobs and streamlining government

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615998367
Publisher: Andy Leonard
Publication date: 05/18/2014
Pages: 168
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

Andy and his wife Donna live in Rotonda West located on the Gulf of Mexico in southwest Florida. They have been married for forty two years, have two children and six grandchildren.

Andy spent most of his career working for Cotter and Company, a co-operative of the owners of True Value Hardware Stores across America. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, he graduated from Cleveland State University. He managed True Value regional distribution centers in Cleveland, OH, Kansas City, MO and Allentown, PA. He retired from Cotter and Company in 1995, after thirty three years, as the Eastern Regional Logistic Manager.
Working in distribution centers he watched the stuff we use every day go from being "Made in the USA" to being " Made "Somewhere Else" at the expense of American jobs.
The Middle Class Feeds Upon Itself is his commentary on the current state of affairs regarding the middle class. He believes the middle class is suffering because of problems that in many cases are self inflicted.
His interests include golf, pickleball and writing.

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