This book discusses how family values are the necessary safety valves when raising children and how false the assumption that it “takes a village to raise a child” really is. It leads the reader through a chronological discussion of financial crisis, starting with Carter’s Community Reinvestment Act of 1977 to the ignorance of progressive liberals in Congress of the looming financial crisis. It discusses how community action groups were precipitous in the failure of our economic system by demanding social precursors to sound business principles.
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About William Steiner

Dr. Steiner, the son of Arnold Heinrich Steiner and Mary Lorene Hunzeker-Steiner, was born on September 14, 1948 in Pawnee City, Nebraska. He was the third child of Arnold and Lorena, with an older brother, older sister, and a twin sister. Read more

Excerpt from the Book

The foreword provides the basis for this book. It is historical in nature. Even though I consider it important, if you are not a history buff or European with a case of endorectalcraniosis (head up the butt); go directly to the chapter The Lies of Family Values on page 7.
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