This is a clear and well articulated discussion based upon the undeniable macro-economic evidence that we see every day. The conservative leanings of the authors are generally well disguised but occasionally evident.
The data are good and easy to understand, but the book is annoyingly repetitive. It could be distilled 50% without losing any factual content or conclusions. Most offensive are the authors' self-serving self-promotion throughout the audio-book. Three- to five-minute commercials abound. I've never sat through an audiobook so laden with ads for the authors' consulting services. Without the ads, I would have rated the content at least a point higher in all categories. Unfortunately, the ads are a significant value-subtract.
If you don't mind hearing the authors' cynical sales pitches, there's a lot of good data. But if listening to the authors pitch their services isn't for you, or if you don't need the same facts repeated ad-nauseum, try the print version.
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