A sign hangs in the window of a foreclosed house in Ohio. (John Moore/Getty Images)
A sign hangs in the window of a foreclosed house in Ohio.
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One Man’s Effort to Save the Economy

April 22, 2013  •  From theTrumpet.com
In the midst of economic despair, Tom’s town is the story of a future America.
 

There is a man from Carpentersville, Illinois, who embodies the character America needs right now if it is to recover from its economic depression. Sadly, he is one of a dying breed—and that has big implications for America.

Tom Roeser is fighting the battle of his life. Tom is the president and co-owner of Otto Engineering, the biggest employer in Carpentersville. Tom is battling to prevent his hometown from turning into a post-industrial slum. It is a tough, frustrating fight. He was handicapped by local laws, uncooperative county and state officials, and aid organizations unwilling to commit to battle.

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