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Reviewed by Thomas Falco for Readers' Favorite
In "Jump-Starting Real Job Creation in America", Gary R. Patterson sets out to outline what he believes to be key economic changes that are necessary to 'jump start' job creation in America without increasing the budget deficit or accumulating more government debt. It includes key political perspectives and incorporates current or previous financial policy and facts to bring together a well-thought-out argument. I state argument because economics is a social science and so 'arguments' are presented instead of absolute doctrine. As an argument, it is coherently structured and presents valid points, incorporating figures to reinforce points or create new points. There are chapters which are divided into sections further divided under subheadings, making it easier for readers to read at their own pace. Each section concentrates on one concept and if it includes maths, it starts with a simple beginning, working its way up to make it easier for readers who aren't necessarily good at math.
The amount of research that has been put into finding these figures is phenomenal and shouldn't be underestimated. To present an argument that involves political suggestions that seem legitimately justified and hold potential opportunity for success in dealing with the problem it sets out to solve, is quite a hard task to do but Patterson successfully achieved this. I would certainly recommend this to anyone interested in modern political and economic ideology or Western Business Studies as well as to all people interested in economics or finance because this is directly related to these subjects.