Small business seen as “reviving” in COVID-19 recovery, says AMAC spokesman

AMAC national spokesman Robert Charles suggests that last week’s positive economic news signaled that the U.S. economy “was less damaged and is more resilient than academics, fancy models, and media assumed.” In a post on the website, Charles writes “Americans want to get back to work – at every age, in every sector, across every region, with every intent to restore the American economic engine to full power.” Read Charles’ article here…


Robert Charles is a former assistant secretary of state for President George W. Bush, former naval intelligence officer and litigator. He served in the Reagan and Bush 41 White Houses, as congressional counsel for five years, and wrote “Narcotics and Terrorism” (2003) and “Eagles and Evergreens” (2018), the latter on WWII vets in a Maine town.

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