Summary: The Case for Big Government
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This complete summary of "The Case for Big Government" by Jeff Madrick, a renowned economist, presents his argument in favour of a big government of high taxes and wise regulations, which in the apst has fostered greatness and prosperity. He demonstrates that political conservatives are wrong about favouring a small government and returning to 19th-century principles, while left-wing politicians are gradually abandoning the efforts of the Great Society, and that neither of these things will be economically or socially beneficial.
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• Understand the economic and social benefits of a larger government
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To learn more, read "The Case for Big Government" and discover the differences of opinion surrounding government size, and how big governments are ultimately both economically and socially preferable.