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No, they can't : why government fails--but individuals succeed

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"New York Times" bestselling journalist John Stossel shows how the expansion of government control is destructive for American society.

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Bell Memorial Library - Nunda 320.6079 STO (Text)
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52114100118039
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Bloomfield Public Library 320.6 Stossel (Text)
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52133300013220
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Macedon Public Library 320.609 STO (Text)
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52121100423459
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Ontario Public Library 320.609 STO (Text)
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52126300503117
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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781451640946
  • ISBN: 1451640943
  • ISBN: 9781451640953 (pbk)
  • ISBN: 1451640951 (pbk)
  • Physical Description: v, 324 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Threshold Editions, c2012.

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"Fixing" the economy -- Making life fair -- Keeping business honest -- Improving life for workers -- Fixing healthcare -- The assault on food -- Creating a risk-free world -- Making sure no one gets offended -- Educating children -- The war on drugs : because alcohol prohibition worked so well -- Wars to end war -- Keeping nature exactly as-is forever -- Budget insanity -- Conclusion : there ought not to be a law.
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"New York Times" bestselling journalist John Stossel shows how the expansion of government control is destructive for American society.
Subject: United States > Social policy > 1993-
United States > Economic policy > 2009-
Free enterprise > United States.
Social control > United States.
Social policy > United States.
Economic policy > United States.
Free enterprise > United States.


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