In a recently published book many scholars outline the financial hardships plaguing America and ways that it can be fixed before it’s too late.
- The new book American Renewal: A Conservative Plan to Save the Nation’s Finances and Strengthen the Social Contract outlines the current hardships America’s economy is facing and outlines the steps needed in order to fix it.
- The book features many different scholars and ways they believe America can get out of the financial crisis that currently engulfs it.
- The point of the book is to explain what happened to the economy in the U.S. and what actions need to be taken to save it and ensure that it doesn’t happen again.
Why it’s news
The book was edited by former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Paul Ryan and senior scholar Angela Rachidi.
The book was written to promote thoughtful and informed discussions, offer serious policy solutions, and demonstrate real reasons for hope, according to the book’s website.
Ryan, Rachidi, and a large number of other scholars explain the financial crisis affecting the U.S. and give numerous ways that the country can fix the problem before it is too late.
Ryan said that the book was “designed to prevent America from going down the path of a debt crisis and losing the dollar as the world’s reserve currency,” according to Fox News writer Kelly Laco.
The book states that there is a possible state of renewal among the economic challenges the U.S. is facing. It says “If we stabilize our debt, revitalize our economy, and restore the promise of upward mobility, we will be the authors of a great new chapter in the remarkable American story.”