"A book which examines how government - which is to say, all of us, acting collectively - can make our country healthier, wealthier and happier, if we put government to useful work in those areas where it most productively complements our private markets"
A cautionary guide predicting a worse crash if key economic changes cannot be made argues that American consumer habits are at the heart of today's financial problems and strongly recommends that the nation declare bankruptcy and rebuild broken systems from scratch. By the author of the best-selling Crash Proof.
Explains why eliminating or lowering tax burdens at the state level leads to economic growth, and discusses the policy variables that can have enormous effects on the financial well-being of states and individual residents
The author updates his 1990 study of Reagan's "tax cuts for the rich" with data from the past five presidential administrations, explaining how raising taxes on the highest earners will not ease America's economic woes
An enlightening study of the history of America's national debt offers an original view of American history and new insights into famous and lesser-known figures who have influenced and charted our economic progress, from Alexander Hamilton to Jay Cooke to John Maynard Keynes.
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