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Jim Osburn is a retired consultant in Public Administration as a foreigh service officer with extensive service in Latin America, the Caribbean, and the Middle East. He has written one prior book and four plays that have been produced in community theaters. He has been married for over 60 years to artist Margaret Osburn, and they have five adult children.
on Oct. 04, 2010 :
Nice idea but no hope of ever being implemented, the system would be too easy to rort. Its like trying to give us communism that looks like capitalism, or vice versa. But the author does highlight the reason our capitalist economies are failing today: when the gap between rich and poor gets too large, the system breaks down. Since the rich are in charge of government, nothing short of a revolution seems likely to rescue our current civilization.
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