Why aren’t we concentrating our national attention on restoring the American manufacturers’ ability to compete in the global market place? When are we going to build the new cars in American based manufacturing plants?Read More
About the Author
Gordon Zuckerman is the author of the acclaimed historical fiction series, The Sentinels. Each of the three books in the series are set during periods of collide between government and greed and, through the books’ principal characters, provide applicable solutions to the problems of the time period. These problems include military turmoil, international financial devastation, big oil monopolies and, in his most recent book, A Matter of Importance, a failing U.S. economic system. Zuckerman is a life-long history buff with a success career expanding the realms of finance, business development, banking and real estate. He earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Now retired, Zuckerman worked on Wall Street for over 10 years and later owned and operated his own real estate development company for 30 years. Today, he is a director of The Brubeck Institute and several private companies. For more information, please visit www.gordonzuckerman.com.
If Congress, out of its renewed appreciation for the value of re-introducing goods producing employment, were persuaded to introduce and pass the needed tax legislation, their efforts could provide the ‘spark’ needed to ignite the process.Read More