The New Empire of Debt
by Bill Bonner & Addison Wiggin
The New Empire of Debt is the newly updated revision of Empire of Debt, by the internationally acclaimed author team of William Bonner and Addison Wiggin. In The New Empire of Debt, Bonner and Wiggin return to reveal how the epic financial bubble that is plaguing the United States will soon bring an end to this once-great empire.
Throughout the book, they offer a frightening look at the United States’ precarious position and discuss how government control of the economy and financial system— combined with unfettered deficit spending and gluttonous consumption—has ravaged the business environment, devastated consumer confidence, and pushed the global economy to the brink.
Along the way, Bonner and Wiggin warn of the dangers that lie ahead and offer practical advice to protect your financial well-being as the American empire collapses upon itself. You’ll discover that you don’t have to tie your own fate to the inevitable destruction of America’s system of imperial finance. Instead, you can take some simple steps to weather the crisis. Bonner and Wiggin have been studying the financial landscape for more than twenty years. With The New Empire of Debt, they not only show you how we got into this mess, but how to get yourself out of it.
Bonner’s and Wiggin’s best-selling Empire of Debt has garnered critical acclaim and from a slew of mainstream media including, but definitely not limited to, MarketWatch, The Economist, SmartMoney and the Huffington Post. See what the media has said about this ground-breaking title on the Media & Mentions page, and let the reviews and commentary speak for itself.
It’s no wonder why The New Empire of Debt has received so much positive attention since the first edition’s release in 2005. A financial disaster is coming to the United States… We don’t know how or when. But The New Empire of Debt will prepare readers to be well informed on how to weather the crisis when it arrives, and know the necessary steps to protect their investments and their families.To learn more about The New Empire of Debt and to browse the topics that Bonner and Wiggin expertly discuss, take a look at What’s Inside Empire of Debt.
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