Equal Shares Income Plan
Desirable Whole Economics
By: Robert V. Achen

Equal Shares Income Plan <BR>Desirable Whole Economics <BR> By: Robert V. Achen
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    ISBN: 1-59824-092-7
    Edition: Paperback, 116 Pages
    Publication Date: November 2005
    Equal Shares Income Plan (ESIP) describes how if you made less than $85,226 as a qualifying household last year, you are not getting your fair equal share of national income, which you deserve as a citizen of the United States of America.

    The Equal Shares Income Plan is founded on a new theoretical economic philosophy called Desirable Whole Economics (DWE). DWE is contrasted with the outdated Scarcity Economics (SE) theory which has prevailed in the western world for the past 300 years. SE theory is described as personal profit making theory, the “dog eat dog”, “I’ll take it out of your mouth and put it in my mouth,” selfish economics that breeds contempt on the part of a rich few for the overwhelming majority of poor people.

    Desirable Whole Economics (DWE) explains why the personal profit making system (SE) must inevitably bring about inequality in income and wealth, and anti democratic social practices. Indeed, it explains why in the long run the personal profit making system must come to an end. This book also introduces the Stooper family and their system of family values, as a basis for national planning and policy making.

    DWE emphasizes the importance of each individual to society. In DWE the janitor at the Carlyle Hotel is as important as the president of the United States.