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Aftershock: The Next Economy and America’s Future by Robert B, Reich

This book was hard to read; it produced feelings of despair. Even I was shocked at the numbers behind the way the rich now own a larger share of America than ever before. And I still recommend this book to those who wish to understand how this recession will have an after-shock that will last for years. He makes the case that the middle class does not have the purchasing power to produce a real recovery, and it will not that power without policy to redistribute the money that has concentrated in the hands of a few. And if that policy does not come, the popular coping method will be to blame minorities and foreigners resulting in blaming and isolation.

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