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As I put this book to bed, I know we are in for still another year during which Washington will provide no rest for the weary. This book is about getting rich carefully; Washington is writing a serial novel about bankrupting us slowly. Politics has sewn its way into the very fabric of our daily lives, in large part because our nation has spent beyond its means and yet seems to have so little to show for it. I care about making you money. I am focused on the savings side of your ledger. Within the last three years, our stock market has had four separate run-ins with politics that caused you to lose a lot of money:
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