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[ Read Online A Crisis Wasted ✓ lesbian-romance PDF ] by Reed Hundt ✓ This is a book that confirms a gut feeling I have had since the 2016 presidential election I have thought Trump s victory was the result of the disillusionment of the middle class after the bright promise of Obama s election The country was looking for transitional change and it didn t get it It is disappointing, but not surprising, to realize that the decisions made before the inauguration contributed so greatly to this situation I can only hope that future leaders learn from this.
This is a rather dry read but does contain a lot of relevant information that gives food for thought.
I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway for this honest review.
I won this book as a Goodreads Giveaway.
I found the topic and the view from within the transition to be fascinating Unfortunately for me, I found the author s writing style to be dry and boring But let s begin with the positives.
There doesn t seem to be very many books about what happens during the presidential transition, and so I appreciate the unique insight this provides in that regard To really appreciate this book, you need to be a bit of a DC insider in my opinion The author assumes you, as the reader, have some baseline level of knowledge about the players and the issues While it allows him to go intodepth to discuss the issues and the decision making, it does lose the reader if they are not familiar with the various government machinations during this rather tumultuous time So if you re not tuned into t I will start off by saying this was a very difficult book for me to readalmost boring, in fact, because it was very academic, and very much about economics I believe it was also a difficult book for the author to write, as he was an early Obama supporter and that his whole family campaigned for Obamaand still believes Obama to have been a graceful, well spoken, classy president However, he gives much evidence that Obama and team did very poorly with the economic crisis that faced the nation at the time of his presidencythat the 800 billion stimulous infused into the economy did not do the job I particularly am reminded of Obama s statement that, the shovel ready jobs were not so shovel ready The author states that Obama and team chose an economic recovery plan that benefited educated, well off people muchthan the middle class Over the long haul, the author In the last few years I have participated in Goodreads giveaways but never had won a book I soon started to sulk and wonder if ANYONE ever won one of these contestsI finally did win a copy of A Crisis Wasted and I suddenly became a proponent of the old adage Careful what you wish forThe book is a tour de force on national and international economic issues requiring your attention and concentration to its comprehensive details and conclusions No light reading here It was work to get through, but worth it A Crisis Wasted is indeed a challenging read The author is a member of the transition teams for the Clinton and Obama presidencies and former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission The book, in many ways, is like reading an economics textbook However, it also contains a rapid paced you are there series of riveting narratives where we see m This is a book that confirms a gut feeling I have had since the 2016 presidential election I have thought Trump s victory was the result of the disillusionment of the middle class after the bright promise of Obama s election The country was looking for transitional change and it didn t get it It is disappointing, but not surprising, to realize that the decisions made before the inauguration contributed so greatly to this situation I can only hope that future leaders learn from this.
This is a rather dry read but does contain a lot of relevant information that gives food for thought.
I won a copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway for this honest review.
I won this book as a Goodreads Giveaway.
I found the topic and the view from within the transition to be fascinating Unfortunately for me, I found the author s writing style to be dry and boring But let s begin with the positives.
There doesn t seem to be very many books about what happens during the presidential transition, and so I appreciate the unique insight this provides in that regard To really appreciate this book, you need to be a bit of a DC insider in my opinion The author assumes you, as the reader, have some baseline level of knowledge about the players and the issues While it allows him to go intodepth to discuss the issues and the decision making, it does lose the reader if they are not familiar with the various government machinations during this rather tumultuous time So if you re not tuned into t I will start off by saying this was a very difficult book for me to readalmost boring, in fact, because it was very academic, and very much about economics I believe it was also a difficult book for the author to write, as he was an early Obama supporter and that his whole family campaigned for Obamaand still believes Obama to have been a graceful, well spoken, classy president However, he gives much evidence that Obama and team did very poorly with the economic crisis that faced the nation at the time of his presidencythat the 800 billion stimulous infused into the economy did not do the job I particularly am reminded of Obama s statement that, the shovel ready jobs were not so shovel ready The author states that Obama and team chose an economic recovery plan that benefited educated, well off people muchthan the middle class Over the long haul, the author In the last few years I have participated in Goodreads giveaways but never had won a book I soon started to sulk and wonder if ANYONE ever won one of these contestsI finally did win a copy of A Crisis Wasted and I suddenly became a proponent of the old adage Careful what you wish forThe book is a tour de force on national and international economic issues requiring your attention and concentration to its comprehensive details and conclusions No light reading here It was work to get through, but worth it A Crisis Wasted is indeed a challenging read The author is a member of the transition teams for the Clinton and Obama presidencies and former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission The book, in many ways, is like reading an economics textbook However, it also contains a rapid paced you are there series of riveting narratives where we see m I received this book free in exchange for a fair and honest review I thoroughly enjoyed this book It describes how president elect Obama dealt with the financial crisis before he was in the white house and how the amount of the economic stimulus package was settled on The belief now is that if he had waited until in the white house he could have had the situation analyzed better and perhaps gotten the money needed for the stimulus, unfortunately this did not happen This may not sound particularly interesting and I am not a political or economics person at all But it is fascinating to think of how the country went from having president Obama, who by all accounts is truly an compassionate, honest man with impeccable integrity who was trying to do what was best I would give this 3 1 2 stars if I could It s as tight and dry as a lawyer s brief arguing arcane points of banking law Hundt is, in fact, a gifted lawyer and he explains difficult concepts clearly This is an excellent review of the challenges and choices Obama faced at the time he assumed the office of President The book is true to Obama s moniker, No Drama Obama The book s discussion of America s greatest financial crisis since the Great Depression is as dry as Grape Nuts without milk And, depressingly, one of the book s principal conclusions is that Obama s selection of Clinton retreads as staff dictated his policies Of these, the imperious Larry Summers stands out as first among equals The contrast between Obama and what we know of Trump could hardly bestark Where per Hundt Obama followed staff advice to a fault Trump follows no one s advice consistently other than po This Book Is The Compelling Story Of President Obama S Domestic Policy Decisions Made Between September And His Inauguration On January , Unlike All Other Presidents Except Abraham Lincoln Who Decided Not To Allow Slavery To Expand Westward Before He Was Sworn In Barack Obama Determined The Fate Of His Presidency Before He Took Office The Results Of These Fateful Decisions Led To Donald Trump, The Worst Person Obama Could Have Imagined, Taking His Place Eight Years LaterThis Book Describes How And Why These Decisions Were Made, And Discusses Whether The Outcomes Could Have Been Different Based On Dozens Of Interviews With Actors In The Obama Transition, As Well As The Author S Personal Observations, This Book Provides Unique Commentary On Those Defining Decisions Of Winter A Decade Later, The Ramifications Of The Great Recession And The Role Of Government In Addressing The Crisis Are The Reasons Behind The Ideological Battle Between Progressivism And Neoliberalism In The Democratic Party And The Continuing Struggle For Direction In The Republican Party As Many Seek The Presidency In The November Election, All Candidates And Of Course The Eventual Winner Will Face Decisions That May Be As Critical And Difficult As Those Confronted By Barack Obama This Book Aims To Provide Them Guidance From History By awarding Obama the 2009 Peace Prize on credit before any substantial achievements the Nobel Committee put forth the core of his presidency hope that would never effect true change This book suggests that Obama may have been too inexperienced to handle the situation he had inherited By relying on self serving members of former regimes, the former president allowed his rather their policies to continue benefitting the wealthy well connected banks ie friends of the Treasury Secretary the Fed chairman The ordinary people whom he had claimed to champion were left in the lurch Yet because there was still a desire to believe in him a greater future, the common citizens were reluctant to criticize him outright he b I won this book in a giveaway Since I am relatively ignorant about both politics and economics and never read this type of book, I was a little out of my comfort zone as far as reading goes But it is good to stretch one s mind and I am glad I read it I have always liked Obama, but have wondered why he was not as effective as I thought he should have been I have a better understanding of that now.
Reed Hundt s A Crisis Wasted Barack Obama s Defining Decisions gives the reader an inside look at the beginning of Obama s presidency The book provides facts and opinions for the reader s knowledge and understanding of the difficulties the Obama administration faced from the before day one of his taking office.



I would give this 3 1 2 stars if I could It s as tight and dry as a lawyer s brief arguing arcane points of banking law Hundt is, in fact, a gifted lawyer and he explains difficult concepts clearly This is an excellent review of the challenges and choices Obama faced at the time he assumed the office of President The book is true to Obama s moniker, No Drama Obama The book s discussion of America s greatest financial crisis since the Great Depression is as dry as Grape Nuts without milk And, depressingly, one of the book s principal conclusions is that Obama s selection of Clinton retreads as staff dictated his policies Of these, the imperious Larry Summers stands out as first among equals The contrast between Obama and what we know of Trump could hardly bestark Where per Hundt Obama followed staff advice to a fault Trump follows no one s advice consistently other than po I received this book free in exchange for a fair and honest review I thoroughly enjoyed this book It describes how president elect Obama dealt with the financial crisis before he was in the white house and how the amount of the economic stimulus package was settled on The belief now is that if he had waited until in the white house he could have had the situation analyzed better and perhaps gotten the money needed for the stimulus, unfortunately this did not happen This may not sound particularly interesting and I am not a political or economics person at all But it is fascinating to think of how the country went from having president Obama, who by all accounts is truly an compassionate, honest man with impeccable integrity who was trying to do what was best By awarding Obama the 2009 Peace Prize on credit before any substantial achievements the Nobel Committee put forth the core of his presidency hope that would never effect true change This book suggests that Obama may have been too inexperienced to handle the situation he had inherited By relying on self serving members of former regimes, the former president allowed his rather their policies to continue benefitting the wealthy well connected banks ie friends of the Treasury Secretary the Fed chairman The ordinary people whom he had claimed to champion were left in the lurch Yet because there was still a desire to believe in him a greater future, the common citizens were reluctant to criticize him outright he b I won this book in a giveaway Since I am relatively ignorant about both politics and economics and never read this type of book, I was a little out of my comfort zone as far as reading goes But it is good to stretch one s mind and I am glad I read it I have always liked Obama, but have wondered why he was not as effective as I thought he should have been I have a better understanding of that now.
Reed Hundt s A Crisis Wasted Barack Obama s Defining Decisions gives the reader an inside look at the beginning of Obama s presidency The book provides facts and opinions for the reader s knowledge and understanding of the difficulties the Obama administration faced from the before day one of his taking office.

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