A provocative but wise and convincing book. (Stuart Butler, Heritage Foundation)
Provocative critiques...maybe this time Congress will finally listen. (Ron Utt, Senior Research Fellow, Heritage Foundation)
This brief book is a gem...an incisive and devastating analysis.... A must-read. (Stephan Thernstrom, Winthrop Professor of History, Harvard University)
Has been popular with [Presidential] administration officials. (David W. Chen The New York Times
Howard Hussock...has made an important contribution to public policy and to American Government in general. (Governing Magazine
About the Author
Howard Husock is director of public policy case studies at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. He is a contributing editor of City Journal
, the magazine of urban affairs published by the Manhattan Institute, from which the essays in this book are drawn. Mr. Husock lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.