Now the U.S. is a static corporatist society filled with political groveling worthy of a Dostoyevsky novel.
What has happened? How did the U.S. go from endless possibilities to endless nightmares?
How did the U.S. go from endless possibilities to endless nightmares? The book The Decline and Fall of the American Entrepreneur: How Little Known Laws and Regulations are Killing Innovation, by Dale B. Hallling, will clearly explain-
That the 90s were more innovative than the decade of 2000-2009;
That innovation is the key to real per capita increases in income;
Why the venture capital model is defunct;
How little known laws have undermined the three pillars on which the innovation of the 90s was built; and
How the U.S. can regain its preeminence as the most successful and dynamic economy in the World.
This long overdue book is now available for $21.95 on Amazon.com.
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Dale B. Halling is a patent attorney, founder of several start-ups and author of the book “The Decline and Fall of the American Entrepreneur.”
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