The crisis facing the United States is both economic and political, and its effects are felt both at home and abroad. The author presents a detailed look at how the present world order is or could be affected by a total global economic collapse. He asks whether a world governance system is feasible and desirable, and explores what forms such a system might take, depending upon whether such players as China, the Russian Federation and the Islamic nations continue to make economic progress or suffer setbacks.
About the Author
Raymond W. Converse holds a JD degree from Wayne State University and an MA in Education from the University of Missouri, and has done graduate work in educational philosophy at the University of Missouri. Now a writer living in Central Illinois, he has published several books with Algora.
About the Book
The book begins by approaching the fiscal crisis that hit the United States and the global economy starting in 2008 with a short historical background. It details various aspects of the economic and fiscal crisis, in relation to congressional...
The crisis facing the United States is both economic and political, and its effects are felt both at home and abroad. The following chapters present a detailed look at how the present world order is being or could be affected by a total global economic collapse.
The recession of 2008 and the fiscal crisis that followed brought about a clear...
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LC Classification: HB3722.C687 2012
Dewey code: 330.9’0511—dc23
Price: USD 22.95
Price: USD 32.95
Price: USD 22.95
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