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Rodger Malcolm Mitchell

      Born on March 25, 1935, Rodger Mitchell has to date (2007) lived in the Chicago area, currently in Wilmette.
     Elementary school: Darwin in Chicago's Logan Square.
     High school: Roosevelt in Chicago's Albany Park
     University: Illinois at Urbana, IL
     MBA Northwestern in Chicago

      He was the Marketing Manger at Booth Fisheries, Inc., then was VP and part owner of Arthur Meyerhoff advertising agency (later to be purchased by the BBDO agency).
     He then owned a series of companies, each of which he entered when the company was in financial distress, and applied his marketing and management skill to make them viable. He had become a "turnaround" specialist.
     As a turnaround specialist, he learned to ignore company myths and corporate common knowledge, and determine the reality of each company's situation.
      In his book, FREE MONEY, he used the same techniques to investigate the commonly held beliefs about our economy.
Mr. Mitchell also wrote several books of fiction including A CHILD IN ARMS and BOOJUM, as well as poetry.
     At this writing, he lives in the same Wilmette home he has occupied with his wife, Phyllis, for the past 35 years, close to his daughters Leslie and Julia and his five grandsons.

For more information about FREE MONEY, please click the cover, above.

For those who want a balanced budget, here is a history lesson:
1817-1821: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 29%. Depression began 1819.
1823-1836: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 99%. Depression began 1837.
1852-1857: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 59%. Depression began 1857.
1867-1873: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 27%. Depression began 1873.
1880-1893: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 57%. Depression began 1893.
1920-1930: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 36%. Depression began 1929.
1998-2001: U. S. Federal Debt reduced 9%.   Recession began 2001

CONTENTS OF THIS WEB SITE:

  1. Stagflation
  2. Federal Budget Deficit
  3. Social Security and Medicare Solutions
  4. National Debt Letters
  5. Federal Deficit Solution
  6. Concord Coalition.
  7. Balanced Federal Budget
  8. Federal Deficit Problem
  9. Federal Government Budget
  10. US National Debt
  11. National Debt Solution
  12. A Child In Arms
  13. Inflation and Stagflation
  14. Glossary of Economic Terms Debt, Money, Deficit, Spend, Owe
  15. U.S. National Debt
  16. US National Debt Clock
    The Interest Rate Fallacy | Social Security Solutions | Medicare Solutions | Economic Solutions | Recession | Federal Debt of the U.S. | Federal Budget Deficit | Stagflation | National Debt Letters | Federal Deficit Solution | Balanced Federal Budget | Federal Deficit Problem | Federal Government Budget | US National Debt | National Debt Solution | A Child In Arms | Glossary of Economic Terms Debt, Money, Deficit, Spend, Owe | US National Debt Clock | Inflation and Stagflation | Pseudoeconomics   | Money supply and the weather | The Relationship Between Gold and Money | Social Security Reform | Does Federal Debt Cause Inflation? | The 5 Myths That Damage Our Economy | 10 Reasons to Eliminate FICA | Rodger M. Mitchell -- Ideas |