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New Encyclopedia Covers the Great Depression to the Great Recession

Last updated Monday, January 13, 2014 08:51 ET

Prolific author Jerry M. Rosenberg’s “NEWO: New Economic World Order”, published by MindStir Media, covers 85 years of economic history.

01/13/2014 / SubmitMyPR /

NEWO: New Economic World Order: From the Great Depression to the Great Recession (ISBN: 978-0-9898820-1-9), a 690-page softcover encyclopedia published by MindStir Media book publishing company, is a comprehensive encyclopedia intended to illustrate in multiple ways the time period from the Wall Street (October 1929) crash to July 21, 2013.

“No other book comes close to this encyclopedic coverage of 85 years, with lessons of the past impacting on our future,” said Mr. Rosenberg. “Present books cover a span of Great Recession – five years – or the Great Depression – twelve years – but none are as comprehensive, factual and detailed as NEWO …”

The author added that “any informed, curious student and adult interested in the future of their families and government in this increasingly competitive world” should buy copies of the book, which is essentially the economic ‘bible’ of these past 85 years.

NEWO is available at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and other fine retailers worldwide, with a retail price of $19.99 (softcover) and $9.99 (ebook).

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About the author:
Jerry M. Rosenberg, Ph.d.; Professor Emeritus of International Business at Rutgers University Business School, 2013 and 2008 Fulbright Specialist grant winner, 2010 Distinguished Faculty Award recipient, and 2006 Marshall Foundation Fellow. Author of 26 books. Visit him at www.jerryrosenberg.com

About the publisher:
MindStir Media is a full-service book publishing company that offers Mind-Stirringly Easy Book Publishing ™. MindStir’s publishing services include ongoing mentoring from a bestselling author; custom book design; publishing in paperback, hardcover, and ebook; book distribution; marketing; and royalties up to 100%. Visit the publisher's website at http://www.mindstirmedia.com