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Cliches of Politics
Cliches of Politics
Author: Mark Spangler (Editor)
Anyone concerned with dispelling the myths that fuel endless pleas for political solutions will find this volume invaluable.
ISBN-13: 9780910614962
ISBN-10: 0910614962
Publication Date: 3/1994
Pages: 314

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Publisher: Foundation for Economic Education
Book Type: Paperback
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Here, dozens of thinkers dissect more than 80 common cliches of politics. They subject familiar notions about government to withering logical, economic, and constitutional examination. The result: a bold challenge to the conventional wisdom that may forever change the way YOU think about goverment. Examples: "All people should perform some type of national service", "Government should create and protect jobs", "The size of the national debt doesn't matter because we owe it to ourselves", "We must always abide by the majority".