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Series cast summary:
David Schoumacher ...
 Himself - Correspondent (3 episodes)
Richard T. Gill ...
 Himself - Economist (3 episodes)
Walter W. Heller ...
 Himself - Former Chairman, Council of Economic Advisors (2 episodes)
Herbert Stein ...
 Himself - Committee for Economic Development / ... (2 episodes)


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Economics USA sets the bar for excellence!
8 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Speaking as a seasoned otaku, Economics U$A is a powerful, provocative, controversial and mind-altering anime experience. In this inspirational story of love and sacrifice, war and personal loss and gut-wrenching and thought-provoking action, Economics U$A sets a bar few have come close to equaling and none have dared to surpass.

Enter David Schoumacher, our dashing protagonist. A seasoned news correspondent by day and an elite assassin-for-hire by night, Schoumacher fights to save a world that doesn't know him as he tries to overcome his personal demons, including the loss of his family. His assistant, Dr. Richard T. Gille, is a brilliant economist, opera singer, weapons designer and computer system expert who never leaves his office that is filled with television screens detailing everything from the stock market to international political crises.

Together, Schoemacher and Gille fight the evils of the world. From Paris to Moscow, every episode is a nail-biting thriller, complete with cliffhangers. In-Fla-Tion, the mastermind behind every human tragedy since the beginning of the last century, is their arch-villain. His goal: worldwide financial meltdown! Will Schoemacher and Gille stop him in time before it's too late?

This is an anime of such high standing as Cory in the House, Shrek, Bee Movie, Johnny Test, King of the Hill and Bob Villa's This Old House. Do yourself a favor and watch this legendary anime, you will not be disappointed!

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