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100 1  Goldfayn, Alex. 
245 10 5-minute selling :|bthe proven, simple system that can 
       double your sales...even when you don't have time|h[Hoopla
       electronic resource] /|cAlex Goldfayn. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 [United States] :|bGildan Media,|c2020. 
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511 0  Narrated by Shawn Compton. 
520    New York Times Bestseller Wall Street Journal Bestseller A
       New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice This audiobook 
       narrated by Kate Harper reveals how the flaws in 
       capitalism are fatal for America's working class, and 
       includes an introduction and preface read by the authors 
       themselves-economist Anne Case and Nobel Prize winner 
       Angus Deaton Life expectancy in the United States has 
       recently fallen for three years in a row-a reversal not 
       seen since 1918 or in any other wealthy nation in modern 
       times. In the past two decades, deaths of despair from 
       suicide, drug overdose, and alcoholism have risen 
       dramatically, and now claim hundreds of thousands of 
       American lives each year-and they're still rising. Anne 
       Case and Angus Deaton, known for first sounding the alarm 
       about deaths of despair, explain the overwhelming surge in
       these deaths and shed light on the social and economic 
       forces that are making life harder for the working class. 
       They demonstrate why, for those who used to prosper in 
       America, capitalism is no longer delivering. Deaths of 
       Despair and the Future of Capitalism paints a troubling 
       portrait of the American dream in decline. For the white 
       working class, today's America has become a land of broken
       families and few prospects. As the college educated become
       healthier and wealthier, adults without a degree are 
       literally dying from pain and despair. In this critically 
       important book, Case and Deaton tie the crisis to the 
       weakening position of labor, the growing power of 
       corporations, and, above all, to a rapacious health-care 
       sector that redistributes working-class wages into the 
       pockets of the wealthy. Capitalism, which over two 
       centuries lifted countless people out of poverty, is now 
       destroying the lives of blue-collar America. This book 
       charts a way forward, providing solutions that can rein in
       capitalism's excesses and make it work for everyone. 
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650  0 Business. 
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