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"Perhaps the two most important questions to be asked about the panic of 1980 are: 1) how much did the politicians learn from their mistakes and 2) how many of these politicians are still in the government today? The answers are, not much and not many.
   The reason for the not much is simple. A politician does not get elected by understanding economics, finance, law, foreign affairs, or the other important subjects about which he makes daily decisions. He gets elected by understanding how to get elected. That's what a politician is—a person who is an expert at winning elections. Expecting politicians to make wise decisions about things they know little about is unrealistic to say the least." —p.50

 

Uncle Eric Talks About...Personal, Career & Financial Security The Money Mystery
The Hidden Force Affecting Your Career, Business, and Investments

by Richard J. Maybury

Sequel to Whatever Happened To Penny Candy?

The hidden force affecting your business, career and investments, and what you can do about it. During the 1980s, the velocity of the circulation of the dollar became erratic; now the whole country is affected. Why Federal Reserve officials remain so afraid of inflation. The financial trigger. Precautions you should take. Not one analyst in a thousand understands what velocity is doing to us, but you will.

Originally titled The Velocity Mystery.

Ages 14 to 94. 111 pages, quality paperback. $10.95
ISBN 0-942617-51-7 , Copyright 1997, 2004, Third Edition

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The Money Mystery

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