An Interview on Body Parts by D.H. Myers

An Interview on Body Parts

byD.H. Myers

Kobo ebook | September 27, 2012

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In his new book; An Interview on Body Parts, D.H.Myers, delving into the automotive industry, uncovers many of the myriad underlying factors contributing to the decline of the American worker. Accompanied by a wealth of photographic evidence, he examines the poor training and incompetence of workers, the uncaring ineptitude of their leaders, the apathy and complacency rampant throughout, not only the automotive industry, but also in most other American manufacturing.

With hard facts, presented on a fictional platform, this fast paced novel examines the automotive industry from the inside out, from the arrogance and indifference of high level executives, to corporate greed and corruption, to the widespread fraud practiced at every level and in every corner of the industry. And the loss of tens of billions of dollars each year by American auto makers, who are unwilling to improve their policies and procedures, which is ultimately passed on to the consumer in the form of artificially higher prices for the products they purchase every day. After all, they have to make it up some way, don’t they?

This controversial book also gives a vivid and definitive account of the role of labor unions in the downfall of both Chrysler and G.M., and their influence on the inflationary economic cycles of the 20th century, and to this day. This powerful and compelling work examines the behind-the-scenes forces shaping the union strategies of today. The endless vicious circles we all get caught up and trapped in. The political influence wielded by union leaders and the corruption being practiced at the highest levels of our own government. And how the U.A.W. managed to be the only real winner when the American taxpayers bailed out the auto industry. This enlightening and thought-provoking book illustrates the impact on all Americans of something very few of us even think twice about; the influence of NAFTA, the outsourcing of American jobs, the countless reasons why we can’t compete in the global market place, and the shameful abuse of the American consumer by corporate America everywhere.

And, after all is said and done, this book is a riveting indictment of all the individuals, from the workers on the line to the chairmen of the boards, involved in this whole sordid situation, and the incredibly expensive costs of human error. Written with instinctive intelligence and solidly grounded theory, with a little humor and philosophy thrown in for good measure, this book is an entertaining and unforgettable, must read, for those of us who may find it offensive to be abused by corporate America and the leaders we elect to protect us from them.

Title:An Interview on Body PartsFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 27, 2012Publisher:D.H. MyersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1301015482

ISBN - 13:9781301015481

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