Trickle Down: How the 99% Fought Back and Won

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In this political satire, the middle class finally levels the economic and political playing field with the help of four unlikely people. It's the late 2000's and the mortgage and credit crisis are beginning to unravel the economy. A deranged serial killer has targeted several key players thought to have had a hand in the financial meltdown. Jason MacMillan, one of the nation's top investment bankers has it all: money, looks, prestige -- but it's still not enough. His insatiable greed becomes tempered by a haunting stalker, and personal tragedy forces him to rethink his values. Using Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mahatma Gandhi as role models, MacMillan transforms from a one-percenter to a leader of the middle class. But overhauling corporate dominance is something MacMillan can't do alone so he enlists the help of his shoot-from-the-hip cartoon comedy writer girlfriend; his old Harvard pal -- a brilliant but quirky South African scientist; and a destitute Native American farmer from Oklahoma. The result -- "Enough's Enough!" becomes a powerful populist movement of millions of Americans who force oil barons, fast food giants and mega discount chains to change the way they do business.

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Joel Stern is a radio sports reporter on three national networks. He graduated from Long Island University with a B.A. in Communications and began his broadcasting career at WSUL-AM in Monticello, New York and later served as News Director for WHVW-AM in Hyde Park, New York. Joel was a news and sports reporter at NEWS 12 Long Island and broadcast over 600 games in hockey's minor leagues. He was also heard nationally on the ESPN Radio network and on 1010 WINS-AM in New York City. He became interested in politics when he was ten years old after his father, a New York City taxi driver had former president Harry Truman, Senator Robert F. Kennedy and several other major political figures as fares. Joel took the Foreign Services exam in 2003 and is well versed in national and international affairs. He lives in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

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