Return to First Principles by Budd J. Hallberg

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The United States is on the brink of social, economic and political collapse. Large numbers of American families operate daily in chaos and whirl. The nation's economy is in shambles and much of the country's government is corrupt. Return to First Principles examines a number of socioeconomic and political events which have caused the United States to depart radically from its foundational roots grounded in First Principles. These developments have placed the nation on a Marxist-Socialist path to tyranny. The breakdown of the nation's banking system and the decay of corporate America has resulted in the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. If these conditions are left unchecked, there is a high probability of a full-blown financial meltdown resulting in the destruction of civil society. This book defines what First Principles are, introduces a new political 'ism' and explores a number of ways as to how the nation can repair itself-namely by Returning to First Principles.
 

About Budd J. Hallberg

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   Budd Hallberg started his career in 1965 as an investment banker, first with Francis I. duPont & Company, then Dominick & Dominick, Inc., and later Hornblower & Weeks-Hemphill, Noyes, Inc. He was a member of the New York Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange, the New York Cotton Exchange and the New York Mercantile Exchange in New York City. In 1976 Hallberg joined the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) in Washington, DC. In 1979 the CFTC awarded him the Federal government's Meritorious Service Award. He was appointed a Director of the agency that same year. From 1985 until his retirement in 2007 Hallberg was the Managing Director of SCAN Management Inc., a management consulting firm located in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Chartered Financial Analyst Society of Philadelphia.    In 1965 Hallberg was appointed a Reserve Commissioned Officer in the Army of the United States. He is a graduate of the Command and General Staff College of the United States Army. Hallberg is a recipient of the Meritorious Service Medal and the Army Commendation Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters. He retired from the United States Army at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 2002.    Hallberg holds a B.S. degree with a concentration in liberal studies from the University of the State of New York and a M.A. degree in philosophy from Goddard College. He also studied at the University of Connecticut and Harvard University. Hallberg is an avid horseback rider and enjoys golf and tennis.
 
Published May 19, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 152 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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