The Return of Thrift: How the Collapse of the Middle Class Welfare State Will Reawaken Values in America

The Return of Thrift How the Collapse of the Middle Class Welfare State Will Reawaken Values in America Prize winning journalist Phillip Longman exposes the vast and hidden middle class welfare state in this country and shows how its outrageous growth has coincided with a dramatic decline of middle clas

  • Title: The Return of Thrift: How the Collapse of the Middle Class Welfare State Will Reawaken Values in America
  • Author: Phillip Longman
  • ISBN: 9780684823003
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Prize winning journalist Phillip Longman exposes the vast and hidden middle class welfare state in this country and shows how its outrageous growth has coincided with a dramatic decline of middle class values simple yet important ideals such as thrift, family, work, and citizenship.

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  • This book is a bit dated (published in 1996), but it was still an interesting read. Many of Longman's gloom and doom predictions have not come to pass yet, but his concern about demographic pressures on government social programs is not unfounded. His "solutions" would be a tough sell to most people no matter when he wrote it. He takes it as a given that Social Security, Medicare, government and military pensions, etc. will have to end, and that everyone will have to plan and save for their own [...]


  • I read this book 20 years ago, but I needed to refer to it because of a project I am working on. Probably too dated for today's audiences.


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