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Mark Flowers Though making money and receiving recognition are always welcome, that is not my reason for writing (that in mind, I'd love to do some public speaking…moreThough making money and receiving recognition are always welcome, that is not my reason for writing (that in mind, I'd love to do some public speaking too). However, my first reason for writing is to be informative and to dissuade many misconceptions that exist about many public policies. The right answers to national problems exist, but our leaders seem to get hung up on ideology far to frequently, almost to zealot status. Some ideological answers might be right under some conditions, but certainly not all and not always forever - this is the major theme of the book.

My second reason was to offer a solution for ending world poverty, something I am very passionate about. In fact, part of my solution (the website) is in the process of being implemented by the United Nations, after I submitted it to a committee this past summer.

Finally, I wrote the book to supplement my students' learning in class, since the information is presented in much the way I would present it during lecture, with a goal of maximizing understanding, and to add clarity to many basic economic questions.(less)
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Hello readers, it has been a very long time since my last post and I hope this one becomes timeless. I have been thinking a lot lately about what my positions would be if I ran for president. So, today I decided to publish those positions. I won't publish my reasons, those can be found in other places I've written, or outlined in more depth on a future post. Nonetheless, if I were running for p... Read more of this blog post »
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