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A Few Thousand Dollars

Sparking Prosperity for Everyone

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A Few Thousand Dollars by Robert E. Friedman
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Longtime leader in the field of asset-building Robert E. Friedman demonstrates how a few simple policy changes would address wealth inequality - and build a better economy and a stronger country for us all. In six sharp, compelling chapters, accented by sixteen original black-and-white illustrations by Rohan Eason that present the realities of income and asset inequality and explain the needed policy interventions, Friedman addresses savings, business, education, home, and prosperity to articulate a vision for making inclusive investments without spending an additional dollar.

Author Biography

Robert E. Friedman is founder and general counsel of Prosperity Now, formerly the Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED), a thirty-nine-year-old national economic development nonprofit. He helped create the U.S. microenterprise and savings and asset-building fields and the international enterprise development and child savings fields. He lives in San Mateo, California.
Release date NZ
October 25th, 2018
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
The New Press
Pages
224
ISBN-13
9781620974032
Product ID
27875642

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