August 27, 2012
Blue Collar Economist’s The Unworthy explains, in powerful but simple terms, the politics and policies that hijacked the American Dream and pushed so many hard working honest Americans into poverty and despair.
The book describes the rich and powerful American ruling class, whose money and influence corrupted the political and judicial systems, and took control of media, setting up one of the greatest scams ever pulled on the American people. It also outlines the steps Americans must take as a nation to repair the damage done by 30 years of neoconservative administrations and to prevent the same thing from happening again.
Blue Collar Economist, Robert Daniels’ nom-de-guerre, takes the pro-people pulpit to good effect in this simple but spellbinding work. He harnesses his wit and intellectual prowess to take on the monstrosities of neoconservative policies that have cornered a significant segment of the American populace into the place of the virtually dispossessed. The lessons are not new but they define with uncanny clarity the issues that influence the making of American political trenches. Across this scarred landscape, Robert Daniels’ voice rallies the forces of good to finally put an end to the struggle and renew the promise of America.
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About the Author
Dr. Robert Daniels (or the Blue Collar Economist) is a retired Air Force doctor who practiced the surgical specialty of periodontics in both the government and the private sector. He lives with his son in Los Alamos, New Mexico, and has taken a special interest in the economics and administration of healthcare and how it affects the wellbeing of both individuals and nations around the world. He grew up in a poor blue collar family who lived pay check to pay check and were often unable to afford good healthcare, just one of the reasons he is so interested in healthcare issues.
The Unworthy * by Blue Collar Economist
A Blue Collar Approach To Fixing America’s Economy
Publication Date: February 21, 2012
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