Represents an attempt to sketch out, across a host of policy topics, a realistic strategy for shrinking the welfare state. This book looks backward to human history and even to prehistory to examine the origins of capital formation.
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From author John Hood's introduction to Investor Politics:
Over the next few decades, Americans must stop looking to Washington as a source of the money they need to take care of themselves--there is no alternative. They will need instead to look to investment and wealth creation on Wall Street and Main Street as the guarantors of their retirement security, their health security, their job security, and their children's futures.About the Author:
John Hood is president of the John Locke Foundation, a public policy think tank in North Carolina. He is a syndicated columnist and publishes Carolina Journal, a newspaper covering politics and public policy. His articles on national politics and policy have been published in Reader's Digest, Wall Street Journal, National Review, and Reason, among others.
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Book Description Templeton Foundation Press, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111890151513
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