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What do people think of growing income inequality and other harmful trends?

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Hi All, I'm a first time author who recently published the eBook "Changing Course: Ending America's New Normal." I wrote this book after watching people that I care deeply about go through serious trials and tribulations because of the steady, but slow economic growth the country has experienced since the end of the last recession. "Changing Course" demonstrates the effect that slow economic growth has on the lives of actual people by tracking the experiences of a small group of friends and neighbors as they try to come to grips with what seems like America's "new normal." It also offers insight and opinions on steps that could be taken to grow the economy more quickly, create more jobs, and improve the lives of millions of people in the process. As a first time author, I would love to get people's feedback on the experiences of the main characters and the ideas that are expressed in the book as well. If you're interested, please have a read and let me know your thoughts! It's available for only $0.99 on Amazon (, and will be free from April 25 - April 26 due to a temporary promotion. Thanks a million!

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