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The century-old dream of big government as the perfect gladiatorial opponent of big business has often failed in the real world of American politics, especially of : Nicholas Lemann. That's what popular radio host Mark Levin outlines in his new book "Plunder and Deceit: Big Government's Exploitation of Young People and the .
A debate about whether big government freed the slaves is pretty much the only debate that a liberal is guaranteed to win. The Civil War was the original big-government . Too often, in the public arena, real consideration of these issues is drowned out by ideology, slogans, pledges, wishful thinking, and people making up their own facts. This short, insightful book is an antidote. The authors embrace the big questions about government and apply a very readable combination of theory, logic, and evidence.
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Combining historical events, economic trends, and essential lifestyle advice, with her unique perspective, she offers concrete /5(62). Big Government book this expansion comes the erosion of liberty.
The author aptly sums up this matter: "As government grows beyond its constitutional boundaries, it really does devour freedom." Devouring Freedom: Can Big Government Ever Be Stopped. The author asks the right question and gives the right answer/5(12). This is an important book that refutes many of the the economic arguments against "big government" made by the small government advocates.
This book is filled with objective scientific evidence, and if you are a non-expert like me you will be hard-pressed to understand some of that evidence.5/5(2).
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Husock’s book documents this fateful transition from the structure and philosophy of “The Agency” to massive government programs that focus on material provision, social issues, and the amelioration of existing maladies (e.g.
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In the society that Orwell describes, every citizen is under constant surveillance by the authorities, mainly by telescreens. The people are constantly. He looks critically at today's politicians and demonstrates that the government must correct itself to address these serious issues.
A practical call to arms, The Case for Big Government asks for innovation, experimentation, and a willingness to fail.
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Analyzes changes in personal identity and concepts such as patriotism, national belonging, and social rights. The Empty Case for Big Government. By David Boaz.
America was without form and void, the books imply, and the federal government said, “Let there be.
Nineteen Eighty-Four: A Novel, often published asis a dystopian novel by English novelist George was published on 8 June by Secker & Warburg as Orwell's ninth and final book completed in his lifetime. Thematically, Nineteen Eighty-Four centres on the consequences of government over-reach, totalitarianism, mass surveillance, and repressive regimentation of all persons and.
President Obama’s return to “big government” didn’t last more than a year before it was met with fierce resistance. In the end, there is a deep contradiction in Hayek’s thought. Buy a cheap copy of Plunder and Deceit: Big Government's book by Mark R.
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Specifically, the book asks why this unity has been able to set such deep roots in the United States, a country that is often perceived as fundamentally Pages: Big-Government Bungling. Theodore Roosevelt challenged the prevailing American view that land-use decisions are best made by private individuals who have a stake in improving the value of their property.
He throttled the privatization of land that had been going on for more than a century. Big government is a government or public sector that is excessively large and unconstitutionally involved in certain areas of public policy or the private term may also be used specifically in relation to government policies that attempt to regulate matters considered to be private or personal, such as private sexual behavior or individual food choices.Big government conservatives are favorably disposed toward what neoconservative Irving Kristol has called a "conservative welfare state." (Neocons tend to be big government conservatives.) This.In his recent book “Escaping Jurassic Government” (Brookings, ), the public administration scholar of scholars, Prof.
Donald F. Kettl, analyzed the federal programs on the U.S. Government.