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Say No to Big Government: My Case for Maximum Freedom

Mr Jonathan Bogan

ISBN 10: 1986674428 / ISBN 13: 9781986674423
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2018
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Title: Say No to Big Government: My Case for ...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2018

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

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No civilization in history has granted as much individual freedom to its people as the United States of America. At the same time, no nation in history had seen its standard of living grow as much as America's. From the late 18th century to the early 20th century, the American experiment proved beyond a reasonable doubt that individual freedom paved the way for economic growth and unparalleled prosperity. Over the last century, however, a growing number of Americans have fallen for the deception that governments can create economic growth by taxing, spending, and regulating an ever-increasing amount of the nation's resources. As more people are deceived into surrendering their freedoms to political authorities, society enters new phases of dysfunction. The only thing capable of defeating deception is knowledge. In this thought-provoking book, author Jonathan Bogan offers a perspective that runs contrary to conventional wisdom. Supported by centuries of historical evidence, Bogan reveals how the growth of government is directly linked to the demise of economic progress. In his book, he tackles numerous topics including: - How free markets produce the most equitable allocation of free sources - How marketplace competition regulates economic conditions better than government regulations - How politics has corrupted the marketplace and transformed American life from one of self-reliance to one of government-dependence - Why medical care, college tuition, and many other goods and services are becoming less affordable each year - Why the American middle class has declined while the national poverty has stagnated over the last 40+ years - How Americans survived economic hardship before the age of government welfare programs - Why taxing the wealthy to finance state-based initiatives is a fool's game - Why modern banking is a system of theft and fraud

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Jonathan Bogan's interest in understanding national events was inspired during high school by the September 11th terrorist attacks of 2001. After graduating high school, he attended Central Michigan University, pursuing a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Communication and Business Administration. While in college, another event of great magnitude, the financial crisis of 2008 swept through America. This event ignited Bogan's passion to learn about economics and history. After years of research, he seeks to share his knowledge about confronting the nation's economic issues with all open-minded Americans.

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