Ann M. Mignot’s Newly Released “The Economics of Mercy, A Book for Non-Economists” Is A Mix Of Theoretical And Practical Lessons In Economics For The Everyday Reader

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“The Economics of Mercy, A Book for Non-Economists” from Christian Faith Publishing author Ann M. Mignot is a candid guidebook filled with vital lessons about the economy for readers of all levels and backgrounds.

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“The Economics of Mercy, A Book for Non-Economists”: an instructive and robust tutorial for the common reader. “The Economics of Mercy, A Book for Non-Economists” is the creation of published author, Ann M. Mignot, a retired economist and lecturer with a background in commercial banking, credit unionism, and public and assisted housing.

“Most important of all,” Mignot says, “a good grasp of economic theory puts political power in the hands of the electorate in democratic societies where it belongs. In a free and democratic society, political power lies with the economically savvy voter.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Ann M. Mignot’s new book decodes important and complicated theories, allowing readers to gain a grasp of how an economic system works, and use that knowledge to reap the maximum benefit of being involved in that system.

This helpful book proves that this subject is far from a bleak and lifeless science, but one full of useful tools and potential for any reader interested in learning its secrets.

View a synopsis of “The Economics of Mercy, A Book for Non-Economists” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “The Economics of Mercy, A Book for Non-Economists” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Economics of Mercy, A Book for Non-Economists”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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