NEW YORK - For Bill Clinton, it is again the economy, stupid - to reprise a 1992 campaign mantra.
The former president’s book “Back to Work’’ is due in November. He calls it a guide to the current economic slump.
It’s his third book since he left office.
Clinton, who presided in a time of economic expansion and low unemployment, has been open about his ideas for recovery. He has said, for example, that focusing on the country’s mortgage debt problems is essential.
According to Clinton’s publisher, Knopf, the book offers “specific recommendations’’ on how the country can put people back to work, create new businesses, increase bank lending and corporate investment, double US exports, and restore the manufacturing base.