This book traces the course of America's current sense of
contentment, stemming from the economic comfort achieved by the
fortunate, politically dominant community during the Reagan-Bush
era of the 1980s. Galbraith focuses on the results of this stasis,
including short-term thinking and investment, government as a
burden, and corporate sclerosis. The author also explores
international issues, such as the parallels between the denial of
trouble in Eastern Europe and problems unrecognized in America.
This book is a groundbreaking assessment of the future of America.
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