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Synopsis: Real wages in the US have been slowly declining for the past 40 years. Forty years of failure is enough. Dr. Antley is running for president because he wants to double your salary. In this short book Dr. Antley makes the case that Plantation Capitalism, the capitalism of a Barbados sugar plantation of 1650, where labor was commoditized, in the central business plan of global corporations today. They source labor from wherever it is cheapest and sell in the US with offshore untaxed bank accounts. That is why we are 18.2 Trillion in debt. That is why wages have declined 10% since 1973. He advocates a return to a National capitalism, the American System of Abraham Lincoln where revenue comes from tariffs rather than payroll taxes. Since 1993 the Chinese have been implementing a National capitalism. Their economic output per capita has grown 17.6 times as fast as ours over the last 20 years. It's time for a change for the better.
About the Author: Ray Mills Antley was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He grew up in Indianapolis and lives in North Carolina with three college age sons, a daughter in high school, a good but dirty dog, and an intelligent, capable wife.
Title: plantation capitalism - the Ongoing Battle ...
Publisher: Ray Antley
Publication Date: 2015
Book Condition: Used: Good
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