Capitalism has not failed. And it's not time to just give up—on free markets or a better tomorrow. History shows that every time the economy was thought to be done, worn out, finished, it bounced back. The economy is not as fragile as the pessimists think. In fact, things are already improving. Even housing is showing signs of life.
With It's Not as Bad as You Think, Brian Wesbury, ranked as one of the top economic forecasters by the Wall Street Journal and USA Today, shows you that the future is much brighter than you think. A great confluence of negativity and government mistakes dragged attitudes and the economy down, but this won't last. With this easy-to-follow analysis of tomorrow and guide through yesterday, Wesbury debunks the pouting pundits of pessimism to show you how to prosper now and in the future.
Page by page, It's Not as Bad as You Think:
A breath of fresh air, Wesbury's objectivity and optimism provide welcome relief to the daily bad news stories. So if you need an antidote to conventional wisdom and are willing to look beyond the events that have already occurred, pick up It's Not as Bad as You Think and discover how you can capitalize on the profitable possibilities of tomorrow.
Brian Wesbury is spot on! Excellent analysis explained in a way anyone can understand.Published 1 month ago by sparkycontrols
It's interesting that the evidence for the superiority of the (mixed) capitalist political economy is not more widely understood. Read morePublished 15 months ago by William L. Cunningham
A straight-forward explanation of the problems we're in, what caused them and most importantly, how to get out of it!!!!Published 17 months ago by David Patrick Martin II
Why would anybody spend a dime on this book when every one of "conservative" economist Brian Westbury's positive economic predictions have been 100% wrong... Read morePublished on March 26, 2013 by Craig
I truly recommend this book as one to read to understand these financial / economic times in which we live, this book also includes great stats and graphs that helps economic... Read morePublished on February 5, 2013 by Edub
Please continue to buy more real estate and more equities because the minute the investing public figures out that at the rate we're borrowing, the US... Read more
I read a lot of what this author writes, so I was anticipating this book very eagerly. I was not dissapointed. Read morePublished on November 24, 2010 by Mary A. Walters
Golly gee willikers !! All of the financial writers, editorialists and analysts have certainly gathered around Wesbury with accolades and rave reviews - which is probably what... Read morePublished on October 15, 2010 by 40LIXX
This book does a great job of explaining how Government through easy monetary policies, liberal tax breaks and incentives and financing or guaranteeing over half of the US mortgage... Read morePublished on September 14, 2010 by Mark 1808