Becoming China's Bitch

And Nine More Catastrophes We Must Avoid Right Now : A Manifesto for the Radical Center
Kiernan, Peter D. (Book - 2012)
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Becoming China's Bitch

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Discusses the potential economic threat that China poses to the United States and examines critical issues that need to be addressed if America is to remain a powerful leader in the world.
Authors: Kiernan, Peter D.
Statement of Responsibility: Peter D. Kiernan
Title: Becoming China's bitch
and nine more catastrophes we must avoid right now : a manifesto for the radical center
Publisher: Nashville, Tenn. : Turner, c2012
Characteristics: xxi, 426 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes: Includes index
Contents: pt. 1: Why are we polarized? Five factors that freeze us from doing the right thing. Genesis: The shot heard 'round the dial
Democracy under the influence (DUI): Lobbyists in the kitchen
The ultimate backstage pass: thought-provoking think tanks
Predator or pray: wayward Christian soldiers
It's my party: the hijacking of the two-party system
pt. 2: Ten catastrophes we must avoid. China: a co-dependency that is decoupling
The silver surge: the aging of America
Labor pains: the devolution of the labor movement
The "M" word: same-sex marriage
Being smart about intelligence: terror firma
Political hack: tobacco road to ruin
Sick and tired: today's care, tomorrow's cure
In stir with love: education versus incarceration
Dread on arrival: homeland insecurity
Crude awakening: a true energy policy
Coda: Where do we go from here?
Summary: Discusses the potential economic threat that China poses to the United States and examines critical issues that need to be addressed if America is to remain a powerful leader in the world.
Subject Headings: China Foreign economic relations United States Foreign economic relations United States Social conditions United States Economic conditions China Foreign economic relations United States United States Foreign economic relations China United States Social conditions 21st century United States Economic conditions 2009-
LCCN: 2011046504
ISBN: 1618580051
Branch Call Number: 330.973 K
Research Call Number: ICM (China) 12-4912
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Feb 06, 2014
  • StarGladiator rated this: 0.5 stars out of 5.

The author, former partner at Goldman Sachs, who made money from promoting the offshoring of American jobs, and selling credit derivatives to China, now tells us they are the "soft" enemy? They who created the problem and profited from it, always seem to also want to "create the solution" and profit from that as well? Sorry, Petey, but a bogus book is a bogus book, Goldman Sachs guy!


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