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Class Crucifixion: Money, Power, Religion and the Death of the Middle Class Lance Moore

Class Crucifixion: Money, Power, Religion and the Death of the Middle Class

Lance Moore

Published September 1st 2012
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263 pages
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Class Crucifixion: Money, Power, Religion and the Death of the Middle Class(previously entitled: A Monkey Could Do It: How Wall Street Robs Main Street, subtitled The Value of Work and The Values of Class Warfare©2012 Lance Moore“This book could change the world!” ~Edward WesleyThe Middle Class is in danger of extinction: heres why, and how to change it. Drawing upon history, economics, religion, and compelling logic, Dr. Moore exposes the faulty ethics and greed behind mythical “free markets.” And he makes the myth-busting an entertaining read, including the true story of a chimp who consistently picked stocks better than the high-paid “Masters of the Universe” on Wall Street. Topics include: •Who started Class Warfare •What the Bible REALLY says about socialism •What Jesus REALLY says about greed, taxes, and wealth •fake Meritocracy and the real worth of CEOs •Beyond Occupy Wall Street: Wall Street vs. Main Street •Capitalism: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly •Why free markets aren’t free •Plutocracy and the Rising Fourth Reich •the growing gap between rich and poor •Greed as addiction •Bankers, usury, bubbles and derivatives •Welfare for the Rich, Taxes for the Poor •Monopolies, cartels and pyramids •Hope and Solutions beyond big government.“Every responsible and virtuous citizen should read three things: the Scriptures, a daily newspaper... and this book!” ~Dr. Thomas L. Butts“Going beyond OCCUPY WALL STREET, this book destroys the claim that excessive CEO paydays are ethical just because they are legal.”~Robin G. Hoode, Director/Founder of www.FireTheRich.orgDr. Moore does not advocate bigger government or communist-style seizure of property. “One principle of capitalism is indisputable: money motivates. But profit and productivity do not require a ‘Girls Gone Wild’ capitalism. A trained and reined racehorse runs faster than unbridled wild horses. It’s time to re-examine the laissez-faire proposition that the ‘invisible hand’ of the market is an intelligent way to run our world. It’s time for a new ethic, time to put people before profits, time to save the American Dream.”