This book is a collection of essays by the authors, plus selections from contributors such as Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams,Cathy Young,John Leo, and Camille Paglia. It is applicable as a text or supplement in introductory or small business courses, and courses in economics, business law, women's studies/law, and political science. It also is an ideal resource for small business programs. The book demonstrates how overly intrusive government can turn the American dream of owning a small business into a nightmare. Drawing on both their academic expertise and firsthand experiences as owners of a small business, the authors combine a groundbreaking intellectual analysis with Mainstreet true-life stories to illustrate the absurdities of big government.
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Book Description Primis. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. This copy shows very minor wear. Bookseller Inventory # G0072347740I4N00