Downsizing the federal government

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CATO INST, 2005 - Political Science - 250 pages
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The federal government is running large budget deficits, spending too much, and heading toward a financial crisis. Federal spending has soared under President George W. Bush, and the costs of programs for the elderly are set to balloon in coming years.

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I had this given to me as a gift. At first I didn't think it would be helpful but I decided to read it anyway.
Let me tell you this book has over the past 3 years settled more arguments than Mr. Edwards could ever imagine.


Why Downsize?
A Plan to Cut Spending and Balance the Budget

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Chris Edwards is the author of Angel on the Lost Highway, which was featured in USA Today and The Indianapolis Star. Mr. Edwards is the recipient of the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Award, and was the first-place winner in the General Column-writing at the Collegiate Level 2000 competition.

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