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  • Author:
    David P. Calleo
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    0380710331
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    Avon Books; Reprint edition (April 1, 1993)
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Bankrupting of America book. In his crucially important new book, political economist David P. Calleo shows how and why the federal budget deficit is both a symptom and a cause of America's ungovernability and decline.

Bankrupting of America book. Calleo puts forth the changes that must be made in our national thinking if we are to remain sound.

America : How the Federal Budget Is Impoverishing the Nation.

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The bankrupting of America. how the federal budget is impoverishing the nation. 1st ed. by David P. Calleo. Introduction : budget deficits and national decline. Fiscal deficits : definitions and consequences. Published 1992 by W. Morrow in New York. Federal spending since 1950. United States Fiscal Policy : an international perspective. Taxes and incomes in the United States. Financing the deficit : the international dimension. Fiscal deficits, public goods, and the real economy. The future according to present trends.

Calleo, . The Bankrupting of America: How the Federal Budget is Impoverishing the Nation (New York: William Morrow and Company, In. 1992). Strange, . ‘The Persistent Myth of Lost Hegemony’, International Organization, vol. 41, no. 4 (1987) 551–574. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. ‘The Future of the American Empire’, Journal of International Affairs, vol. 42, no. 1 (1988) 1–19.

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DAVID P. CALLEO, P. has authored, among other works, Follies of Power: America s Unipolar Fantasy (2009); Rethinking Europe s Future (2001); The Bankrupting of America: How the Federal Deficit Is Impoverishing the Nation (1992); Beyond American Hegemony: The Future of the Western Alliance (1987); The Imperious Economy (1982); The German Problem Reconsidered (1978); America and the World Political Economy (1973); The. Atlantic Fantasy (1970); Britain s Future (1968); The American Political System (1968); Coleridge and the Idea of a Modern Nation State (1966); and Europe s Future (1965)

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An exacting audit by Calleo (European Studies/Johns Hopkins) of the federal government's mismanagement of financial .

An exacting audit by Calleo (European Studies/Johns Hopkins) of the federal government's mismanagement of financial affairs, and of the resultant risks. Drawing on Washington's own data, Calleo explores how and why budget deficits have grown to levels that make them engines of national decline. Calleo, The Bankrupting of America: How the Federal Deficit Is Impoverishing the Nation, New York: Avon Books, 1992. He finds the patterns based more on political power than on economic logic and does not believe they are sustainable indefinitely.

In this timely, important work, leading economist Calleo presents a lucid, cogent examination of America's fiscal decline and what can be done about it. By placing the fiscal breakdown in a historical context, Calleo illustrates how it has affected America and puts forth the changes that must be made in our national thinking if we are to remain sound.