By William Keiper
Even supposing the identify Apple for President! is, i'm hoping, a bit provocative, the subject material is severe. As electorate, we will not stand round passively hoping new fiscal platform will one way or the other spontaneously take form and lift us out of our monetary problems. Our government's unapologetic dependancy to borrowing and the pervasive monetary demanding situations of lots of our electorate are transparent symptoms of the value of the problem. Our present type of government-operating lower than a similar constitution first followed while our structure used to be ratified in 1788-has now not stored up with the complexity and velocity of our occasions. accordingly, no person president-no subject how tremendous or proficient with management and different skills-can convey the way in which ahead within the construction of a brand new financial platform. we'd like a versatile democracy to fulfill the demanding situations of the days. making a shift of the significance now required will necessitate utilizing the easiest of our political management and the simplest of our deepest area acumen and brilliance--all within the carrier of reengineering our govt and financial system. Apple for President! is an idea whose time has come. Award-winning writer and grasp game-changer William Keiper, at present has one other best-selling ebook: existence Expectancy: It's by no means Too past due to alter Your video game.
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Apple for President!: An Essay by William Keiper