eBook Take This Job and Ship It: How Corporate Greed and Brain-Dead Politics Are Selling Out America download
by Byron L. Dorgan
Author: Byron L. Dorgan
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; First edition (August 7, 2007)
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Byron’s book is both a rallying cry and a blueprint for action.
Byron’s book is both a rallying cry and a blueprint for action. If you believe America is headed in the wrong direction and you want to do something about it, read this book, then help us elect more Byron Dorgans. Jim Hightower, author of Thieves in High Places and former Texas Commissioner of Agriculture.
Dorgan puts a lot of good information into his book, and writes it in a way that is easy to understand (not going to lie, I tend to find books about economics boring). Aug 21, 2008 Michael rated it really liked it.
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From describing corporate profiteering to calling to action a lethargic, inactive government, Byron Dorgan exposes . So, this book is about what’s wrong and how to fix it. It is about summoning that can-do American spirit to force change and reform and grow our economy in the right way.
From describing corporate profiteering to calling to action a lethargic, inactive government, Byron Dorgan exposes the truth about the destructive relationship between corporations and Congress and proposes strategies for what can really be done to preserve America's preeminence in the world. Fdr-offering hope to a nation.
Too soon, it will all come crashing down. corporations continue to ship jobs overseas by the millions and, because of their influence in Washington, avoid paying a king's ransom in taxes. From describing corporate profiteering to calling to action a lethargic, inactive government, Byron Dorgan exposes the truth about the destructive relationship between corporations and Congress and proposes strategies for what can really be done to preserve America's preeminence in the world. Written with poignant stories, persuasive logic and superb factual support, this.
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Take This Job and Ship It : How Corporate Greed and Brain-Dead Politics Are Selling Out America. SENATOR BYRON DORGAN has served as senator from North Dakota since December 1992. In 1998, Dorgan was named the chairman of the Democratic Policy Committee, a position held by many before they become Majority Leader. com User, June 19, 2007. From the very beginning, Senator Dorgan, the author, speaks from his heart and soul about what is wrong with America, and what can be done about it.
A A A A A A A A A A A In this comprehensive look at the real, human toll of America’s unsound trade policy, Senator Byron Dorgan exposes the myth of free trade. Indeed, free trade is not free; it is something that is slowly but surely draining away American prosperity.
Who is looking out for them now? When their jobs are shipped overseas . It is a strategy I call "The Selling of America.
Who is looking out for them now? When their jobs are shipped overseas, who stands up for the American worker? Who takes notice for example when the nine hundred Ohio workers lost their jobs because Huffy Bicycle Company decided to move those jobs to China, where they could pay Chinese workers thirty-three cents an hour to make bicycles? . According to published reports, the average salaDorgan, Byron L. is the author of 'Take This Job And Ship It How Corporate Greed And Brain-Dead Politics Are Selling Out America', published 2006 under ISBN 9780312355227 and ISBN 031235522X.
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Senator Dorgan is sounding the alarm: With our country up to our neck in trade debt―$2 billion a day―as we import energy and export jobs, it is long past the time to tackle the trade crisis head-on.
By outsourcing hundreds of thousands of U.S. jobs, American companies are essentially hollowing out our economic base, and with the current White House beholden to Big Oil and cronies straight out of the Gilded Age, no one is guarding the rights of the American worker. Take This Job and Ship It is not just a dire warning―it also offers many sobering cures before our current policies put American national security even further at risk.