The culture of spending: why Congress lives beyond our means

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ICS Press, 1991 - Business & Economics - 225 pages
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In this well-researched and stimulating book, Payne demonstrates that in the legislative environment vastly more people call for increasing government spending than for decreasing it. He states that a ... Read full review

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The Culture of Spending
3
The Presumption of Governmental Efficacy
27
The Philanthropic Fallacy
47
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