At a time of tea parties and rallies to restore sanity, the political debate in America has become nothing more than a shouting match of various soundbites. This book presents the conservative and liberal arguments related to the economic issues faced by the Obama administration, including market regulation and green economy.
David Coates holds the Worrell Chair of Anglo-American Studies, Department of Political Science at Wake Forest University, USA. He previously held personal chairs at the universities of Leeds and Manchester, UK. He has written extensively on labor politics, contemporary political economy, and US public policy.