Back to Work



President Bill Clinton Gives Us His Views On The Challenges Facing The United States Today And Why Government Matters Presenting His Ideas On Restoring Economic Growth, Job Creation, Financial Responsibility, Resolving The Mortgage Crisis, And Pursuing A Strategy To Get Us Back In The Future Business He Explains How We Got Into The Current Economic Crisis, And Offers Specific Recommendations On How We Can Put People Back To Work, Increase Bank Lending And Corporate Investment, Double Our Exports, Restore Our Manufacturing Base, And Create New Businesses He Supports President Obama S Emphasis On Green Technology, Saying That Changing The Way We Produce And Consume Energy Is The Strategy Most Likely To Spark A Fast Growing Economy While Enhancing Our National Security.Clinton Also Stresses That We Need A Strong Private Sector And A Smart Government Working Together To Restore Prosperity And Progress, Demonstrating That Whenever We Ve Given In To The Temptation To Blame Government For All Our Problems, We Ve Lost Our Ability To Produce Sustained Economic Growth And Shared Prosperity.Clinton Writes, There Is Simply No Evidence That We Can Succeed In The Twenty First Century With An Antigovernment Strategy, Based On A Philosophy Grounded In You Re On Your Own Rather Than We Re All In This Together He Believes That Conflict Between Government And The Private Sector Has Proved To Be Good Politics But Has Produced Bad Policies, Giving Us A Weak Economy With Not Enough Jobs, Growing Income Inequality And Poverty, And A Decline In Our Competitive Position In The Real World, Cooperation Works Much Better Than Conflict, And Americans Need Victories In Real Life From The Hardcover Edition.Back to Work

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  • Back to Work
  • Bill Clinton
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  • 08 June 2017
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10 thoughts on “Back to Work

  1. says:

    I think this book matches with Al Gore s The Assault on Reason Clinton provides a well thought out although partisan view of US government downsizing from the end of his golden era 1997 administration to Obama s midterm point approximately September 2010 If you can get past the democratic slant, anti tea party pings, and self praising hints I promise this book will provide some valid insights to our economic down fall Clinton provides a survey level explanation of the relationships I think this book matches with Al Gore s The Assault on Reason Clinton provides a well thought out although partisan view of US government downsizing from the end of his golden era 1997 administration to Obama s midterm point approximately September 2010 If you can get past the democratic sla...

  2. says:

    In 1992 I voted in a presidential election for the second time My candidate was Ross H Perot having graduated from college into a fumbling economy in which I couldn t find gainful employment, I remember telling people that I thought a president with good business sense would be worth four years of disregard for civil rights.Based at least partly on the sway of weird voters like myself toward Perot, Bill Clinton was elected to his first of two presidential terms, and the United States enjoyed In 1992 I voted in a presidential election for the second time My candidate was Ross H Perot having graduated from college into a fumbling economy in which I couldn t find gainful employment, I remember telling people that I thought a president with good business sense would be worth four years of disregard for civil rights.Based at least partly on the sway of...

  3. says:

    This book is basically Clinton s own brainstorming about what should be changed in the US economic policies He provides some interesting ideas, the writing is fresh and with a lot of financial data It has some flaws, like he uses examples of actions he took during his government that cannot be applied today since the world economy not only the US economy has radically changed since then Also, the ideas he points as working well in other countries cannot be simply copied and applied to the A This book is basically Clinton s own brainstorming about what should be changed in the US economic policies He provides some interesting ideas, the writing is fresh and with a lot of financial data It has some flaws, like he uses examples of actions he took during his government that cannot be applied today since the world economy not only the US economy has radically changed since then Also, the ideas he points as working well in other...

  4. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I can actually point to 3 things I think made this book really good.1 President Clinton used data from what works in other countries and from local governments to make the case for his suggestions and initiatives This is a problem with many people who push policy They ignore when something similar was tried elsewhere whether to good or bad result If a program has been tried, then expand it It takes a little of the risk of investment out of the solution.2 The b I really enjoyed this book I can actually point to 3 things I think made this book really good.1 President Clinton used data from what works in other countries and from local governments to make the case for his suggestions and initiatives This is a problem with many people who push policy They ignore when something similar was tried elsewhere whether to good or bad result If a program has been tried, then expand it It takes a little of the risk of investment out of the solution.2 The book is filled with actionable items If you re in business, you know how important action items are You can talk about changing a culture, but without action items, it s just philosophy 3 The book suggests we try a lot of things and keep what works This is a tenet of Jim Collins research on what makes a great company one of many and is something we should do The problem is that I don t think the United States government has the flexibility to attempt many new things especially not with a conser...

  5. says:

    Old Bill is as Partisan as ever in this little book, and although his denial of responsibility for creating the path to financial destruction through massive deregulation in the financial sector by his administration was probably the saddest thing I ve ever read, I still think that he makes a lot of valid points in this book I just wish he would admit that eliminating Glass Steagall was a really big mistake I mean, nobody could have really seen the financial crisis coming back then, and I don Old Bill is as Partisan as ever in this little book, and although his denial of responsibility for creating the path to financial destruction through massive deregulation in the financial sector by his administration was probably the saddest thing I ve ever read, I still think that he makes a lot of valid points in this book I just wish he would admit that eliminating Glass Steagall was a really big mistake I mean, nobody could have really seen the financial crisis coming back then, and I don t think it was really his fault in the grand scheme of things But really Bill, just say oops, I made a mistake Honestly thats the only reason I ever picked up this book in the first place, because I wanted to see what he had to say about his part in creating the path to the current woes we are in, in relation to the financial meltdown Heck, I mean I make mistakes all the time Difference is I can admit them.Oooohhhhh partisan politics Anyhow, other than his inab...

  6. says:

    There were many times reading this book where I was frustrated that actions were not already being taken in certain fields I appreciate how he lays out strategies and policies of other countries that are doing better than the US in things like energy consumption and clean energy production and jobs creation and explains how they could work in the US The problem is that all 60 of his ideas would take years of implementation when facing a split Congress I took quite a lot of notes, because som There were many times reading this book where I was frustrated that actions were not already being taken in certain fields I appreciate how he lays out strategies and policies of other countries that are doing better than the US in things like energy consumption and clean energy production and jobs creation and explains how they could work in the US The problem is that all 60 of h...

  7. says:

    The most frequently used words in this book are first person pronouns I did this my administration my Foundation the Clinton Global Initiative which leads me to believe he really did write the book himself You can hear his voice throughout It s always all about him Sometimes this tone becomes intrusive and you find yourself counting the I s.While Clinton does offer a good outlook on the problems limited bank loans, dismal education rankings, etc and comprehensively lists over 30 solu The most frequently used words in this book are first person pronouns I did this my administration my Foundation the Cl...

  8. says:

    This book is brilliant in so many ways primarily because of Bill Clinton s effortless explanation of the complicated facts that lead to the recession of 2008 dating all the way back to Reaganomics and how he...

  9. says:

    Fantastic read full of common sense, non partisan ideas I also appreciated the logical dismantling of the radical anti government movement Don t read this because you re a conservative or liberal or because you love hate Clinton Read it because you want an education on what we can all be doi...

  10. says:

    In America today, we suffer from high unemployment, two wars and a couple of non war war like engagements, the looming threat of Iran and a Middle East filled with unrest, an economy that is stagnant and threatening to tumble down again, and two political parties that seem to believe that their only job is to thwart each other Where are those who can speak calm into this storm with ideas instead of complaints and finger pointing Apparently, only former Presidents.Back to WorkWhy We Need Smart In America today, we suffer from high unemployment, two wars and a couple of non war war like engagements, the looming threat of Iran and a Middle East filled ...

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