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Reviewed by Daniel D Staats for Readers' Favorite
How much do you know about the US economy? Christos A. Djonis knows a great deal and shares his knowledge and wisdom concerning the economy in It’s the Economy, Stupid! I am glad I took the time to read this extremely informative and important volume. Christos shares his take on every aspect of the economy. After reading this book, you will understand some of the major problems of the economy and have an idea of various steps that can be taken to correct the issues. This little book gave me a better understanding of the economy than my college course in economics. I must say it is also an easier read than my college textbook. After covering every area of US economics, Christos gives concrete ideas to help change US capitalism into a more citizen-oriented nation.
Christos A. Djonis writes on the typical layman’s level while sharing economic principles. In addition, he shares information about what is and ideas about what can be. Christos shares thoughts on what changes need to be made and how they can happen. He writes not only to inform, but he also writes to persuade. Christos provides the information for his readers to intelligently discuss US economics and influence the future. It’s the Economy, Stupid! will inspire the reader to seek action from their local and national politicians. After reading this book, the reader cannot claim ignorance of how the economy works. It does not matter if you are liberal, conservative, or somewhere between; this book will prove invaluable to understanding the US economy’s inner working and driving force.