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Conscientious Equity An American Entrepreneur's Solutions to the World's Greatest Problems

ISBN-10: 023010892X

ISBN-13: 9780230108929

Edition: 2010

Authors: Neal Asbury

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List price: $34.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 11/26/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 226
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Free Runs Both Ways
The Myth of Free Trade
NAFTA and the Dawn of the Age of American FTAs
The Financial Impact
Taking a Closer Look at Taxes
A Ship That Sailed Long Ago
The Swinging Pendulum of American Tariffs
The One Piece of Legislation Responsible for All the World's Ills
Capitalism, Freedom,�and One Huge Oversight
Stopping the Pendulum Forever
Taking Back the Keys to the Bus
GATT and the Formation of the WTO
How Did We Get into This Mess?
The Halcyon Days of Section 301
Playing by the Rules when the Rules Don't Exist
Poverty and Corruption
Kings of the Corrupt
Corruption in Other Parts of the World
Why the FCPA Isn't Working
Conscientious Equity as a Curb to Corruption
Ingenuity Is Not a Public Service
Creative Licenses
Made in China-without Permission
No One Holds the Patent on IP Theft
Allowing the Tenets of Conscientious Equity to Lead Us toward a Solution
The Kind of Farm Aid Willie Nelson Never Imagined
A Good Idea Gone Bad
A Record Harvest of Pork
A Game with Few Winners
Sowing Seeds of Discontent around the World
It's a Cow's Life
Putting Dollars in the Right Hands
Sanction Fever
Those Who Do Not Learn from History
Playing a Losing Game
Curing Ourselves of Sanction Fever
A Little Knowledge Makes a Dangerous Leader
I Want a New Drug
So Many Politicians, So Little Understanding of International Commerce
Dispelling the Myths
Raising the Bar or Raising the Roof
Our Most Valuable Imports
Toward a Sane Immigration Policy
Fixing a Flawed Visa Policy
A Delicate Balancing Act
Stopping the Brain Drain
That's Why They Call Him "Chief Executive"
Moving onto the Fast Track-and Falling Off
The Argument against Trade Promotion Authority
Making a Permanent Change for the Better
Creating a New Organization
A Different Meaning for the Word "Global"
A Very Crowded Table
I'd Love to Change the World�
Afterword: Some Stops on the World Tour
Beverly Hills East
The Great Wall of Japan
Igniting a Light for Entrepreneurialism
A Door of Gold and a Sword of Steel
Thirteen Centuries of Hermitage
The Legacy of Vietnam
How I Nearly Became a Chieftain's Son-in-Law
Notes
Index