How can it be that the richest country in history is in such a financial mess? If the voters don't understand the very basics of economics, the wonder is the economy isn't in a worse mess.
How can it be that voters don't understand economics since it's so important they do? There has never been a source of information on economics that people can easily understand. NOW THERE IS! More
For decades US politicians have been kicking the federal deficit and overspending can down the road. No politician can get elected by running on a platform that will honestly fix the US economy. At no time in history has it been more crucial than now for each of us to understand our government. In order to do so, we must understand economics, politics, and the difference between the two.
We are the richest country in history but yet we sit on the edge of financial disaster. How can we expect that to change if voters don’t understand the very basics of economics? There has never been a source of information on economics that people can easily understand, UNTIL NOW.
Author Marshall Payn, with a degree in Economics from M.I.T., believes that the current presentation of economics in our educational system is the biggest obstacle in understanding economics. He developed his unique approach while working in the field of vocational education, i.e. getting fundamental information from one mind to another. In clear and simple terms, this book separates truth from emotion, economics from politics, and offers undeniable proof of our country’s destiny if each of us continues to elect politicians while lacking a clear understanding of basic economic principles.
If you think you understand economics, think again. This book is an eye opener, not only with its content, but because these concepts are so simple. What is truly amazing is that the knowledge in this book is not common knowledge.
You cannot call yourself a responsible citizen unless you read How to Understand Economics in 1 Hour prior to voting in the 2012 US election. It will change the way you see the government, politicians, and the future of our country.