Synopses & Reviews
While there are signs of recovery from recent economic collapses, relatively few protective measures are in place in the United States to prevent future crises and widespread destruction of livelihoods around the globe.
This book, a synthesis and critique of economic theory with historical case studies, offers a new discourse on American globalism and its failures to provide for the economic security of millions of people. Yet the authors do not "demonize" the market as they build new economic models and pragmatic programs to improve and protect the future. The book instead draws lessons from radical and progressive economic theories, while seeking clear solutions in future modes of capitalism.