Is the American dream really dead? What really makes the different between a “have” and a “have not”? In Progressivism: Our Road to Serfdom, authors Zester and Marilyn Hatfield examine these questions and others in light of the historic realities of who we are, where we have come from, and where we are going in relation to wages, job security, full employment, personal wealth accumulation, and personal freedoms. The Hatfields discuss the causes and history behind the current failing economy and present a step-by-step understanding of how to rebuild our God-given capitalist foundations with greater success. It takes a candid look at how new wealth is created by current and advancing technologies. Moreover, it reveals the secrets and the inner workings of progressive socialism—the political and ideological barrier that stands between those who love America and the republic's limited form of government. Progressivism: Our Road to Serfdom presents a fascinating story of how wealth is created and its effect on all Americans-wage earners, small business owners, and equity owners both large and small. It demonstrates how the Constitution gives all Americans the unalienable right to prosper from their own labor and capital possessions.
Zester Hatfield is a practicing financial consultant and holds licenses in real estate, insurance, and securities. Marilyn J. Hatfield is a practicing tax and financial advisor, author, and business manager. She holds licenses in accounting, tax preparation, securities, and insurance. They have six children and twenty-four grandchildren.