Hey, RJs from US, Australia, France, and 3 More: Presidents Since 1985 and Their Parties and EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION: Global Report Card for the Working Class

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    May 10, 2014 1:21 PM GMT


    Presidents Since 1985 and Their Parties and EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION: Global Report Card for the Working Class

    1985-1988 Ronald Reagan - Republican
    1989-1992 George H. W. Bush - Republican
    1993-2000 Bill Clinton - Democrat
    2001-2008 George W. Bush - Republican
    2009-Present Barack Obama - Democrat

    what-went-wrong-cover.jpg


    Growth in Total Employee Compensation Since 1985

    064.00% Australia
    220.00% Denmark
    154.00% France
    194.00% Germany
    192.00% Netherlands
    000.47% U.S. and its American Dream

    Keep in Mind the book, Capital in the Twenty-first Century
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    May 10, 2014 1:23 PM GMT
    Families in other rich democracies like Australia or Germany continued to live the American Dream even as it evaporated at home, dissipated by wage stagnation, widening income disparities, and credit bubbles. This book provides a deep and rich explanation how they accomplished what Americans have been told is impossible.

    George Tyler, author
    http://www.georgertyler.com/about/george-tyler/
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    May 10, 2014 1:27 PM GMT
    StephenOABC said

    Growth in Total Employee Compensation Since 1985

    064.00% Australia
    220.00% Denmark
    154.00% France
    194.00% Germany
    192.00% Netherlands
    000.47% U.S. and its American Dream



    Growth in Total Employee Compensation
    Since 1985

    In Descending Order

    220%
    Denmark

    194%
    Germany

    192%
    Netherlands

    154%
    France

    64%
    Australia

    less than half of a percent
    United States of America
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    May 10, 2014 1:27 PM GMT
    StephenOABC said

    Presidents Since 1985 and Their Parties and EMPLOYEE COMPENSATION: Global Report Card for the Working Class

    1985-1988 Ronald Reagan - Republican
    1989-1992 George H. W. Bush - Republican
    1993-2000 Bill Clinton - Democrat
    2001-2008 George W. Bush - Republican
    2009-Present Barack Obama - Democrat

    what-went-wrong-cover.jpg


    Growth in Total Employee Compensation Since 1985

    064.00% Australia
    220.00% Denmark
    154.00% France
    194.00% Germany
    192.00% Netherlands
    000.47% U.S. and its American Dream

    Keep in Mind the book, Capital in the Twenty-first Century
    Where does Canada, Japan, South Korea, and the UK rank in terms of these issuesicon_question.gif
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    May 10, 2014 1:35 PM GMT
    Hi Rob,

    I saw this book when I was walking through the store. I only wrote down on half of the back of a business card what is shown on the cover. I didn't glance through the book but did wonder about Canada, UK, and Austria.

    I just went to his blog to see if he had anything there to answer your question.

    I found something unrelated:

    2-1_HouseholdWealth_US_1962-2009.jpg

    Next trip to B&N, I'll check on other countries, like Russia, Brazil, India.
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    May 10, 2014 1:41 PM GMT
    What is cut off on the image above is that HH wealth rises to 100K in 2008 and falls below 70K in 2009.
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    May 10, 2014 1:57 PM GMT
    All this is valid proof that both the democrats and the republicans are lethal poison to this country's future well being. That is why the political duopoly needs to be extinguished or the US will continue its rapid decline into eventual third world oblivion.