Books

OPTIMIZING AMERICA: One Man Will Level The Field

Kindle Edition

You can’t expect to win when the system is rigged.

One man will level the field.

Justin Wolfe doesn’t want to become president; he wants to save the world. But when his simple economic solution threatens to turn a corrupt system on its head, the system fights back. As his ideas catch fire, he gets swept up into a presidential campaign that threatens more than the status quo. It puts his life on the line.

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Hacking The American Economy: Changing the role of monetary policy (Optimizing America Booklets Book 1)

Kindle Edition

What is wrong with our economy, Why Does It Matter And What we need to change?

Could the United States experience another Great Depression? Lets face it, the next economic crash could be much worse.

Is the mounting debt going to mean doomed and gloom for future generations?

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America’s History of Empowering Wealth: Understanding the Consequence of Money Controlling Political Power (Optimizing America Booklets Book 2)

Kindle Edition

Is life getting better? At the accelerating rate of advancing technologies? Food availability, income, and life span are up for the lucky few while disease, child mortality, and violence are barely improving for the rest all across the globe. The world is far from perfect, necessities and luxuries alike are getting cheaper but are still not accessible for the vast majority.

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Optimizing America: One Man Will Level The Field

Audible Audiobook – Unabridged

The party in power has revised the Constitution so that Harold Spade might secure a third consecutive term as president. Supported by his political protégé Amy Billings, a New York media mogul searches desperately for a candidate to depose Spade.

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Showdown in the Economy of Good and Evil

Jarl Jensen

Benevolent billionaire Justin Wolfe establishes an autonomous economic experiment on a farm near Savannah, Georgia. The theory: give people the means to advance in life through daily direct deposits and even the formerly homeless can become entrepreneurs who contribute meaningfully to society.

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