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Providing an indictment of government policy-making and calling for a return to traditional values of self-reliance, personal initiative, and individual responsibility, a study reveals how government programs have failed and explains why small business is leading a revolution against big government.
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Richard Lesher is the president of the traditionally nonpartisan U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the nation's largest business federation.From Library Journal:
Lesher, the longtime president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, writes passionately about the widening gulf between the federal government and the small-business community. He believes the gulf yawned widest with the Clinton administration's proposal for health care reform and the perceived implications this would have for the private sector. What resulted was political activism on the part of many small businesspersons, which accounts, Lesher believes, for the election of a conservative, pro-business Congress in 1994. These newly elected officials have been seeking to right many of the "wrongs" enacted by previous Congresses. Lesher cites numerous examples of government inefficiency and meddling to support his argument. While his book will not be to everyone's taste, it does present an articulate apologetic for the conservative point of view. Recommended for larger public libraries.?Robert L. Logsdon, Indiana State Univ. Lib., Indianapolis
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Book Description Dutton Adult, 1996. Hardcover. Condition: New. First. Seller Inventory # DADAX0525941940
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