Former EWU professor sees U.S. as Third World country in new book
Merriam-Webster defines the Third World as the aggregate of the underdeveloped nations of the world.
With clean running water, daily access to technology and coffee stands in abundant supply it is nearly impossible to compare the United States to the Third World by this definition alone.
One who would liken the U.S. to a Third World country is Dr. Keith Quincy, a former professor from Eastern Washington University, who has released a book arguing against the recent idea that America's economy is on the upswing.
"Americans don't know how poorly they're paid," Quincy said during a phone i...