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Economic Solutions to Current Social and Political Issues in the U.S. Poverty is a structural problem created by economic thinking errors and institutional poverty traps, revealed and discussed in detail in this book. Neff argues that America is a welfare state. The working poor are a social problem created by politics. The low minimum wage does not support a most basic Economic Solutions to Current Social and Political Issues in the U.S. Poverty is a structural problem created by economic thinking errors and institutional poverty traps, revealed and discussed in detail in this book. Neff argues that America is a welfare state. The working poor are a social problem created by politics. The low minimum wage does not support a most basic lifestyle and as a result, food stamps, free medical services and other social programs become necessary to cover the gap. Half of the Federal budget supports the poor and the elderly across the country. Americans, mostly the middle class, subsidize this insufficient minimum wage with their taxes and unknowingly and indirectly support the bottom line of companies that underpay their employees. Economic thinking errors are the source of our entitlement society. Democratic principles are distorted. The current political system allows the wealthy and large corporations to covertly influence legislation and bend economic laws in their favor. Too many Americans are blinded by dreams of success and vote against their real interests and values. This is the American voting paradox, institutionally supported by gerrymandering and voting restrictions that favor the libertarian ideology. RESTORE TRUST is an invitation to take a fresh look at the current socio-economic reality. Neff discusses economic solutions to dysfunctional politics and offers a conclusive call to action to help Americans restore trust and defend their needs and core values. He offers opportunities to create a shift to strengthen our democracy.


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Economic Solutions to Current Social and Political Issues in the U.S. Poverty is a structural problem created by economic thinking errors and institutional poverty traps, revealed and discussed in detail in this book. Neff argues that America is a welfare state. The working poor are a social problem created by politics. The low minimum wage does not support a most basic Economic Solutions to Current Social and Political Issues in the U.S. Poverty is a structural problem created by economic thinking errors and institutional poverty traps, revealed and discussed in detail in this book. Neff argues that America is a welfare state. The working poor are a social problem created by politics. The low minimum wage does not support a most basic lifestyle and as a result, food stamps, free medical services and other social programs become necessary to cover the gap. Half of the Federal budget supports the poor and the elderly across the country. Americans, mostly the middle class, subsidize this insufficient minimum wage with their taxes and unknowingly and indirectly support the bottom line of companies that underpay their employees. Economic thinking errors are the source of our entitlement society. Democratic principles are distorted. The current political system allows the wealthy and large corporations to covertly influence legislation and bend economic laws in their favor. Too many Americans are blinded by dreams of success and vote against their real interests and values. This is the American voting paradox, institutionally supported by gerrymandering and voting restrictions that favor the libertarian ideology. RESTORE TRUST is an invitation to take a fresh look at the current socio-economic reality. Neff discusses economic solutions to dysfunctional politics and offers a conclusive call to action to help Americans restore trust and defend their needs and core values. He offers opportunities to create a shift to strengthen our democracy.

33 review for RESTORE TRUST: Economic Solutions to Social and Political Issues in the U.S.

  1. 5 out of 5

    Achu Aswathi

    The book is on current economic and political errors that created poverty and entitlement society. The authors gives some solutions to the current problem in economy how the working class is living their life.The low minimum wages is the reason for many welfare schemes. Half of the Federal budget is spend on free medicaid, foodstamps and other schemes. I took a lot of time to complete the book as it spoke about many economical issues, poltics, big corporates who help in fund raising and make the The book is on current economic and political errors that created poverty and entitlement society. The authors gives some solutions to the current problem in economy how the working class is living their life.The low minimum wages is the reason for many welfare schemes. Half of the Federal budget is spend on free medicaid, foodstamps and other schemes. I took a lot of time to complete the book as it spoke about many economical issues, poltics, big corporates who help in fund raising and make the members of legislature to create law and amendments in their favour. There are lot more to know and understand from this book. This is for readers who wish to read on current social and economic problem in the U.S.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Brett

    Werner Neff’s book is a well written treatise on a hugh issue that doesn't get the attention it deserves: poverty in America is systemic, and continues in part because large corporations are able to pay its workers less than a living wage. Our elected political representatives either don’t have the will, or are too beholden to campaign funding these corporations provide them, to break the cycle of government subsiding a low paid workforce through the various assistance programs, welfare, WIC, Se Werner Neff’s book is a well written treatise on a hugh issue that doesn't get the attention it deserves: poverty in America is systemic, and continues in part because large corporations are able to pay its workers less than a living wage. Our elected political representatives either don’t have the will, or are too beholden to campaign funding these corporations provide them, to break the cycle of government subsiding a low paid workforce through the various assistance programs, welfare, WIC, Section 8, etc. Ironically, it is us, the consumers, the working taxpayers who make up the financial difference -> not the benefiting corporations.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gene Archdale

    A very very good book If you want a real insight to the political process that is going on In DC this the book you should read Werner Neff has a.n out side look that is real. Things he talks about are happening or has Happen. He explains why Social security is in its bad shape. It all started during the Regan area. A must read if you want a good look at what going on in DC and what might happen.

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