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Simplifying How America Operates

  • Sep 4, 2008
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The author has a series of easy to understand
solutions to a plethora of problems plaguing the
United States today. He would have multiple working
and school shifts to alleviate crowding and
introduce students to work environments
earlier in their academic careers.

The volume decries the shear complexity of the
tax code and business regulations which limit industrial
throughput. Any engineer knows that excess complexity
interferes with the throughout or efficiency of any
machine or process. Removing complexity speeds processing.

The author believes in a reasonable level of immigration
consistent with the needs of the country. Simultaneously,
the book outlines how the USA could help neighbors
create jobs internally.

The volume decries efforts to impose our ideology
on foreign countries. He points out that we are spending
3-4 times the total goods and services in Iraq.
Alternatively, a plan has been put forth to provide each
family with a simple stipend in exchange for Iraq fixing
its own internal problems of governance and infrastructure.

The book provides a reason why the USA has lost jobs
to China. The reasons are greed, higher taxes, unions
and litigation. He proposes a plethora of solutions
to keep jobs in the USA.

The book discusses the breakup of the family. The dual
wage earner family has been cited as a further constraint
on child-rearing. Government bureaucracy and partisanship
are cited as reasons for the unwieldy response to
exigencies of all kinds. In addition, America exports
its own top talent.

The book cites the flat tax as a simple alternative to
the IRS. The author would raise sales taxes by 1% to pay
for health care costs. Finally, the USA must create its
own energy instead of relying on foreign sources.

The book has some excellent observations for government
planners at every level.

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The author has a series of easy to understand solutions to a plethora of problems plaguing the United States today. He would have multiple working and school shifts to alleviate crowding and introduce students to work environments earlier in their academic careers. The volume decries the shear complexity of the tax code and business regulations which limit industrial throughput. Any engineer knows that excess complexity interferes with the throughout or efficiency of any machine or process. Removing complexity speeds processing. The author believes in a reasonable level of immigration consistent with the needs of the country. Simultaneously, the book outlines how the USA could help neighbors create jobs internally. The volume decries efforts to impose our ideology on foreign countries. He points out that we are spending 3-4 times the total goods and services in Iraq. Alternatively, a plan has been put forth to provide each family with a simple stipend in exchange for Iraq fixing its own internal problems of governance and infrastructure. The book provides a reason why the USA has lost jobs to China. The reasons are greed, higher taxes, unions and litigation. He proposes a plethora of solutions to keep jobs in the USA. The book discusses the breakup of the family. The dual wage earner family has been cited as a further constraint on child-rearing. Government bureaucracy and partisanship are cited as reasons for the unwieldy response to exigencies of all kinds. In addition, ...
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ISBN-10: 1432728016
ISBN-13: 978-1432728014
Author: Marc Boyajian
Publisher: Outskirts Press

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