Voter Beware: Could Your Favorite Presidential Candidate's Policies Wreck the U.S. Economy?

New book on political economy debuts as #1 Amazon New Release,
giving readers a fresh perspective before the 2020 Presidential election.

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. - Dec. 3, 2019 - PRLog -- Inequality, healthcare, college education, climate change and other issues are on display as urgent challenges in the Presidential debates. But do the current crop of candidates really have the answers to these problems?

A new book, Bern, Baby, Bern!: Why Bernie Sanders' Policies Would Incinerate the U.S. Economy, gives readers a new way to look at political and economic issues. Despite the title, this isn't really a book about Bernie Sanders. Rather, it is a book about how the world truly works and why we need both sides of the political aisle to help improve society and the planet.

Author J. Kyle deVries encourages readers to look at both the "seen" and the "unseen" of any economic or social policy. Too many times politicians offer a simple approach to complex issues. deVries offers readers a comprehensive picture of the unintended economic consequences of Bernie Sanders' and other candidates' proposed solutions, providing readers with relevant information before voting on politicians who claim they have the answers.

deVries' goal is to give Americans a better understanding of what money truly represents, how the government siphoning off money from the private sector hurts the economy and how synergy in the economy is real, resulting in an ever-growing economic pie. What you were taught in school and have heard spout from politicians' and pundits' mouths is usually far-removed from reality. Read this book to find out why.

Praise for Bern, Baby, Bern!

"Fans of Medicare For All, the Green New Deal, free college for everyone, etc., should take a step out of their comfort zone and see what kind of an effect such multi-trillion-dollar programs would have on an economy already cratering under the weight of massive debt. Even if you're determined to vote Democrat, this book would help you make a smarter decision as to WHICH Democrat to support."
— David Aretha, award-winning book editor and author

About the Author

J. Kyle deVries is a Chartered Financial Consultant who has been practicing financial planning since 1990. He studied Economics at UCLA and lives in Southern California. An independent thinker with a keen interest in economics and history, Kyle drew on his expertise in economics and observations of human behavior in writing this book. Learn more about the author and this book at http://www.bernbabybernbook.com.

Bern, Baby, Bern!: Why Bernie Sanders' Policies would Incinerate the U.S. Economy by J. Kyle deVries

Paperback, 386 pages, ISBN: 978-1734223309
Published in November 2019 by East Hill Publishing
Available at Amazon and bookstores nationwide.

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