What a Fine Mess!: Responding to the Economic Chaos of Government
'With every piece of legislation, government takeover, or bailout, we are marching toward the precipice of socialism...For those that react to crisis with the call for more regulation and more restrictions, I would propose that you: ask not what your government can do for you, ask what you will be able to do once you have allowed government to do for you.' In this easy-to-read and thought-provoking work, Coleman presents a new set of basic economic principles to help readers comprehend the causes of today's economic woes. Readers will understand why government, though well intentioned, is seldom the best economic choice and discover just what it will take to turn the country around. With a dash of humor, the Economic Comic will prove that we can be optimistic for the future, even though we aren't laughing now.
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