Awaken America by Marjorie and Marc Caspe
A Tale of Hope and Revival for The-People-of-the-Eagle

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Awaken America depicts a new visualization of what America accomplished during the past 225-years of its childhood and what the young-adult phase of the American dream could be in the 3rd Millennium. Starting with an Allegory about a fictitious Tribe called The-People-Of-The-Eagle, who together team-up to regain both lost values and prosperity, Awaken America continues with high hopes for Americas future.That bright future can surely light up the way for a world of freedom, democracy, prosperity, intense competition without strife or war, personal creativity, innovation, political stability and environmental stability. These New Ideas and New Ideals are best summarized as follows:NEW IDEALS WEAKNESSES vs. STRENGTHS Buyer Loyalty: Overseas Products vs. American ProductsBuyer Demand: Complacent Consumers vs. Demanding BuyersCompetition: Existing Wealth vs. New WealthR&D: Exporting Technology vs. Developed At HomeTrade: Weak and Dependent vs. Strong Negotiating LeverageCapital: Indebtedness vs. SolvencyRewards & Acclaim: Entertainers vs. InnovatorsPlanning: Quick Profits vs. Long-Range PlansLitigation: Greedy Adversaries vs. Trust Between People Peer Pressure: Government Action vs. People ActionDemocracy: Corruption vs. FreedomVoting:Apathy vs. Enhancing DemocracyPolitical Action: Tilted Playing Field vs. Fair CompetitionPeople Values: Material Things vs. PeopleIncome Taxes: Inequality vs. EqualityInheritance: Values vs. WealthTerrorism: Passive Acceptance vs. Active Deterrent
 

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Published September 17, 2001 by iUniverse. 148 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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