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Reviewed by Stephen Fisher for Readers' Favorite
Swindled! If Government is ‘for the people,’ Why is the King Wearing No Clothes? by Don Fraser is a highly informative book about money, finances, free market and our nation’s economy, what its general policies are and viable solutions to fix our current decline. We all want to have lower taxes, but we also want better benefits for the people who aren't working. We are worried about our social security benefits that we have been contributing to since we entered the work force. We need better roads to travel on, heath care, education, etc, but we have questions. How can the government justify printing new money without gold in our reserves to back it? How can banks loan out money they don’t have, and make money appear out of nowhere? Well, the answers to these questions and solutions to our problems are in this book.
Don Fraser uses a well informed, eye opening writing style that tells you that all of the rules to follow about economy have been his life’s work. He grabs our attention with the sarcastic moral of the famous Hans Christian Anderson tale whenever politicians make poor decisions and justify their reasoning with “Only fools can’t see the wisdom in that." Not wanting to be thought fools, we agree. The more he uses that phrase, the more Swindled forces readers to open their eyes and see through their B.S. In my honest opinion, if only Don Fraser with his four rules for printing money could be appointed by our nation to set in motion his plan for fixing our economy. Would the rain, instead of pouring down on us, be better trickling upward?