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The Profit Factor

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It's 1979 and Jimmy Carter's administration has been laboring in office for two years under a vicious cycle of stagnation and inflation giving birth to the term stagflation under his presidency, as the prime interest rate heads in the same direction, climbing to unprecedented highs of 20 and 21% heading into 1980 and it pushes many Americans into corners they must fight their ways out of in order to find a way to earn money in order to survive and to support themselves and/or their families. In the city of Sacramento, California, Gary Greb labors as a union carpenter but with a wife and two toddlers to support—and, as new construction comes to an abrupt halt—he tries real estate sales where he can put his knowledge of construction techniques and land-use to bolster his earnings. If you never lived through these times in the 1970's and 80's, take heed and scrutinize today's headlines and economy and remember history has a way of repeating itself—and God only knows... More > when the cycle will begin to spin again.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781944699277
Edition
2nd Ed.
Published
December 17, 2016
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
599.03 KB

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