You may not be unemployed . . . yet. But someone you know may be.
It’s a discouraging feeling. I’ve been there. In the first half of 1976, I was out of work, except for my meager newsletter income. Then Ron Paul hired me. I got that job because Larry Abraham (the co-author of the original edition of None Dare Call It Conspiracy) told Congressman Larry McDonald that I was on the job market. He in turn told newly elected Paul. That turned my career around.
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