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This book is a very rewarding read indeed.
Although one could argue with the author's choice of events in this volume, I found the selection very interesting if somewhat different than usual.
Both can exist no matter how large or small your government is because both are indicators of government corruption, not government size.
Dr. Schweikart has told a very interesting story and done fabulous research. This is a great example of "unintended consequences." That is the bane of politics. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Wayne J. Street Jr.
The author eschews the obvious, but takes events, not necessarily obscure, and convincing shows their impact on the United States today. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Fredegar
I love history. I love reading about the people, circumstances, and events that formed our world. That's the historian's job, to research all the facts and present them in a way... Read morePublished 8 months ago by GArihood
This book is full of interesting and little-known history during different time periods in American history, but it is not without its political positions. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jerry Sanchez
Outstanding exploration of our constitution and the way it has been misinterpreted, misused and abused by those with dangerous agendas!Published 16 months ago by Keith
I picked it up and set it down and never went back to read it. Boring. I bought the book after having seen the author on c-span.
He is a much better speaker than writer.
I had already read Schweikart's 48 Liberal Lies About American History That You Probably Learned in School and it wasn't completely the "government can do nothing right while... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Hopeless with computers