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Global Greed, Bad Tax Laws and the Exportation of America's Future

Attorney and economist Barr McClellan (author of the #1 Best Seller ) presents a simple but compelling analysis of a

complex economic problem –

. American

consumers hold the power to restore our economy and our nation's world leadership by simply choosing to buy products that are "Made in the USA." McClellan claws his way through Wall Street ideology and political preference to show that, yes, it’s as simple as that.

Another populist triumph from the author of _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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  • ISBN13: 978-0-9637846-8-1

  • ISBN10: 0-9637846-8-4

  • Category: Business & Economics

  • Price: $24.95 cl. [ T ]

  • Size: 6 X 9

  • Page count: 351 pages

  • B&W Photo: 12

  • B&W Illustrations: 8

  • Carton qty: 20

  • McClellan is

a bestselling author, attorney, businessman and economist. While a partner in an Austin law firm, McClellan handled many of the personal business dealings of former President Lyndon Johnson. Now living in New York, he consults for a number of multinationals. He is the father of Scott McClellan, former White House Press Secretary.

#9780963784629 (over 100,000 hardcover copies sold).

  • Major national News and Television Talk Show junket during the

week of May 3 - 7, including appearances on CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ABC, CBS and C-SPAN.

  • A ten-inch ad will be run in the NYTBR on Sunday, April 25th.

  • The author will appear on live, national television on Friday, May

7th at 3pm EDT on the US Capitol Steps with four U.S. Senators to announce legislation that will give tax breaks and tax credits to companies manufacturing certified "Made in the USA" products.

  • National News Coverage and Major Television Talk Shows will

elevate this title into a non-fiction bestseller.

  • Business readers and mainstream consumers who are worried

about the economy – but searching for hope.

  • (Norton

#9780393072235);

(Norton #9780393075960); (Princeton University Press #9780691142166).

  • A special “Made in the USA” website is currently under

construction. It will features teasers and elements from the book and will drive sales to brick-and-mortar stores as well as etailers.

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