It's time to cowboy up

Greenfield, Mary
November 2008
High Country News;11/10/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 20, p29
The author offers her insights on how to deal with the surging inflation and the credit crisis in the U.S. She urges that people must demand an effective federal government. She mentions that individual initiative is great as well as local civic organizations, but the real big problem is that people need a government. She stresses that U.S. fundamentals are strong, however not the economy, the education system, health care system and infrastructure.


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