Bill Clinton has written a book that will discuss the economy and solutions for it.
Back to Work will hit stores in Nov., the Associated Press reported.
The book will contain specific recommendations on how we can put people back to work and increase bank lending and corporate investment, double our exports, restore our manufacturing base and create new businesses, according to a publisher statement, and there will be a first print run of 300,000.
The book will discuss what Clinton refers to as a 30-year debate between government and anti-government forces, the AP reported.
Clinton told the AP he started writing the book this past spring using notes he's made over the years.
I hope I can do things in this book that a president doesn't have time to do and shouldn't be doing, he said, the AP reported.
Clinton already published two other books: the autobiography My Life, published in 2004, and Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World, published in 2007.