EconomyInCrisis.org Interviews Author Eamonn Fingleton

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EconomyInCrisis.org is a news blog dedicated to educating the American public in regards to the destruction of our country's industrial base. In an interview with EconomyInCrisis.org, author and journalist Eamonn Fingleton discusses the U.S. economy, U.S. politics, and the ways in which America can reassert itself in the mist of this economic recession. Fingleton has written extensively on East Asian and global issues for the The Atlantic Magazine, The Harvard Business Review , The New York Times, and The Washington Post.

EconomyInCrisis.org is a news blog dedicated to educating the American public regarding the destruction of our country's industrial base, the impact it has on national and economic security, and its effects on our standard of living. We publish critical but overlooked facts and figures, keeping our readers up-to-date with daily articles regarding the U.S. economy.
 
In an interview with EconomyInCrisis.org, Eamonn Fingleton talks about the U.S. economy, covering topics spanning U.S. politics, potential solutions and the outcome facing America and its citizens if our economic direction does not change. These interviews will be released in six spots on EconomyInCrisis.org with a new segment featured everyday from June 30 through July 4, 2009.  

Eamonn Fingleton is the author of In the Jaws of the Dragon: America's Fate in the Coming Era of Chinese Hegemony. He is also a former editor for the Financial Times and Forbes. Fingleton has written extensively on East Asian and global issues for The Atlantic Magazine, The Harvard Business Review, The New York Times and The Washington Post.  

Fingleton has interviewed many of the world's most prominent news sources -- not just notable business figures such as Rupert Murdoch, Lou Gerstner, Warren Buffett, Sanford Weill, Peter Lynch, and Donald Trump but fundamental  economic thinkers such as Robert Solow, Paul Samuelson, James Tobin, Milton Friedman, Friedrich von Hayek, and C. Northcote Parkinson. His work has been read into the record of the U.S. Senate by Senator Ernest F. Hollings and has been commended by, among others, James Fallows, Pat Choate, John Kenneth Galbraith, Ralph Nader, Roger Milliken, Robert Heller, and Chalmers Johnson. 

To see the first in the series of six videos, click here.

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