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To start off, in JSB Morse's history of the role of government in the economy, he takes the position of almost complete liaise-faire and says that everything the government gets involved in turns to disaster. He says the government should be completely hands-off in the economy. It is a common argument and I personally agree with some of its points (heavy spending is destructive and do not trust politicians any further than you can throw them)... but the logic of it is extremely misleading. Government involvement in the economy has failed because politicians, due to the very structure of our government, are corrupt. Campaigns are so expensive that almost all politicians must accept political contributions and once elected they bow down to whoever provided them money and ignore the electorate. The reason these government programs are a waste of money and not very effective is not that it can't be done... but that our corrupt politicians (mostly democrat) apparently spend every waking moment deciding how to make government programs bleed as much tax-payer money as possible into the pockets of campaign contributors.Read more ›