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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Government & Business
  • Language:English
  • Pages:496
  • eBook ISBN:9781620957202

America's Thriving Path Forward

Together Americans Can Prosper Once Again

by Clifton Carothers

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Overview
America is crawling away from the fires of our crisis of 2008. Yet, even in what seems like a slow reversal, we are not assured of recovery or even survival. Our choices to revive our economy thus far have left millions suffering in the wake and millions more treading water. We have not yet begun to address the underlying economic or societal problems that have caused so many Americans to suffer. Let's explore the events in our 400 year history that led to the crisis and what we can do not only to recover from it but to thrive.
Description
America is crawling away from the fires of our crisis of 2008. Yet, even in what seems like a slow reversal, we are not assured of recovery or even survival. Our choices to revive our economy thus far have left millions suffering in the wake and millions more treading water. We have not yet begun to address the underlying economic or societal problems that have caused so many Americans to suffer. Let's explore the events in our 400 year history that led to the crisis and what we can do not only to recover from it but to thrive. As the most powerful country in the world, America has the resources to turnaround our economy. We know what issues must be resolved after our initial recovery. We sense the great challenges ahead and believe there must be viable, cooperative solutions to them. Status quo, however, is not viable. I promise that good days are ahead. These pages will reveal a well lit path to a thriving future for America. Join me and millions of others as we walk down that path together. I will meet you on the thriving path!
About the author
Clifton Carothers is the president of U.S. Air Ambulance (www.usairambulance.net) and a Palmer Scholar MBA graduate of the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. Having managed an American business through the Crisis of 2008 business and experienced firsthand the dysfunctionality of America's institutions in helping our country to succeed, he spent a year analyzing the core issues of our time and has put forth a plan for America not only to succeed but to thrive in the coming decades. However, for this plan to work, Americans must commit to walk down the Thriving Path together.
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