Wednesday World America by Arianna Huffington, Current Book – Middle Class USA Economic Meltdown


Arianna Huffington, founder and managing director of The Huffington Post, the fifth best-known Internet blogger, describes the middle class. His new book is titled, “Third World America: How Our Politics Run to the Middle Class and Deliver the American Dream.” Read her opinion to see if you agree.

Third World America he gives five sections, while Chapter One explains the title of the book. It contains articles and statistics that show the decline of the American middle class. How do you define “middle class?” It also changes the meaning of Huffington. “If you consider yourself pregnant, you and middle class. “

Areas that are losing the factory, destroying the education system and the building damage, are more effective; such as unemployment, while 1 in 6 Americans are out of work or unemployed. Meet Dean B., 35, was laid off from IT in February 2009 and unemployed. Kimberly B. sold her wedding ring on Craigslist to raise money for her family.

Huffington also explores the difficulties faced by middle-class students, citing fear as a major factor. 40% (k) s, pension deficits, forecasts, and future plans for the fall of Social Security; feed the anxiety. Many now believe that mid-level performance is a chance for a scanner, as opposed to a prize on a race ticket.

An American investigation is underway, Huffington declared, inadequate for the federal budget reform and the government. Highways, power outages, riverbanks, railways, and bridges, are all minor injuries. Some water pipes, which were installed during the Civil War, are working hard.

Think of August 2007, when a 35W steel bridge crossing the Mississippi River, downtown Minneapolis collapsed; killing 13 people and injuring 145. The patchwork revision proved insufficient.

The national education system is accessible, where the US ranks 25th in math and twenty-one in science among thirty countries; as written by the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development. In 2009, the introduction of American machinery became the 15th most developed country.

Central American inflation has been in the making for decades. In the late 1980’s, technological breakthroughs, job losses, and the loss of manufacturing jobs created a middle-class economy that was expensive.

Ronald Regan’s decision to expand the beliefs of free markets: a small government intervention can determine the winners and the losers in public. Regan also introduced a period of great divisions between the rich American and the middle class; which is still going on today.

Huffington says the free-use market is corrupt and corrupt. Testify against the bank by the 2008 Wall Wall.

American politics is broken, as strong conservatives and American companies control Washington. In 2010, three examples of failing to operate due to record companies, were the explosion at the Upper Branch mine in West Virginia; the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico; and the collapsing financial system, including Goldman Sachs’ fraud charges. The voice of the middle class is what is heard in the rooms of the Capitol.

Huffington writes animation videos to make his point. Describing popular tourism, he says, “And just like a huge swamp that turns houses into sawdust, money lovers and greedy people are making food from the standpoint of our democracy.”

Each chapter concludes with a history of the average American who did well, who is now suffering. Their articles provide valuable information for the twenty-first year, including “Stability is gone, so you better do what you love!”

Third World America’s the title is a supplement, Huffington acknowledges, which is used to emphasize the future of our country, without much change. He concludes with the hope, that our Third World births “do nothing.”

Americans are known for having a positive, forward-thinking mindset with actionable ideas. Stopping a Third World nation is not easy. It will take effort and effort from both the public and private sectors to take responsibility. Now, more than ever, we need to have the best leadership available to us: ourselves. We will still need the raw power that only central governments can use.

Finally, change takes place both in the individual and private business. Today it is up to us to help each other. They recommend breaking up with your central bank. The judges took the state certificate, offering themselves bonuses; yet he has no sympathy for the American people who are watching. Work with local banks and lending agencies. The best way to deal with depression is to take action; and courage is the key to a successful life in the twenty-first century.

Huffington observes Robert B. Reich’s message, quoted in his release book immediately, Aftershock: OthersAmerica’s Economy and the Future. Reich, the former Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration, agrees Third World America.

A single book, with one word. While some might object to Huffington’s ideas, Third World America is a thought-provoking concept on the future and future of the nation.

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