Reverend Jesse Jackson and his congressman son form the most powerful one-two punch for human rights. In It's About the Money!
they take that fight from the police jails and picket lines to Wall Street and the wallet. In an era when many Americans think that playing the lottery is a surer bet than investing in the stock market, the Jacksons demystify the often confusing world of economics and empower the average citizen to achieve a more secure financial future. With information on money management, debt elimination, home mortgages, stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, the Jacksons provide the reader with the factual armor to guard against monetary uncertainties of the future. "Living in capitalism without understanding the role of money is like a fish that doesn't know how to navigate water," they write. "In our modern economy, capital is the equivalent of water to fields. With it comes the possibility of growth, without it little can survive." --Eugene Holley Jr.
From Library Journal
Rev. Jackson (founder, Rainbow/PUSH Coalition's Wall Street Project) and his Illinois congressman son join forces to present the basics of personal finance, along with an inspiring message of empowerment.
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