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The New Federalist Papers - Part 1
A Critical Analysis of Wisconsin
This essay is about an important issue facing many countries, especially the United States. The problem is that the underlying, immediate issues do not reside in the beltway or D.C, but at the state level. To paraphrase Ronald Reagan, "...government is the problem," and to add a corollary "the problem is eminent at the states levels in the United States."
What is the problem at the state level in the United States? The primary issues is that due to lack of infrastructure production of goods and services, at a sufficient, internal level, to support the needs of the people in the state and national perspective, the primary source of productions is goods and services at the government rather than the private sector.
Who caused the problem? We, all did. Although, not directly, but indirectly. For example, we felt it was OK when public unions starting to use three guys to plant a sapling, i.e. featherbedding of a job. Also, we felt it was OK that we paid a great amount for prescriptions, over what they should actually cost via neighborhood pharmacist first and later other companies and groups, because state insurance and medical insurance is paying for it not us.
Florida and Wisconsin
- Publication Date:
- 1466205784 / 9781466205789
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Strategic Planning