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I had an opportunity to read Robert J. Allison’s 2011 book “The American Revolution.” There are three passages that made an impression on me.
I stumbled across a financial display at morningstar.com that shows overall mutual fund behavior. It struck me as particularly pleasant and intuitive. If you visit their page, you can hover your mouse over different squares to get more information.
I read Thom Hartmann’s book “Screwed: Undeclared War Against the Middle Class”. You can view other reviews by New Your Magazine and an opinion piece by the author on AlterNet. Here are the memorable points I came away with: There … Continue reading