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I first read this book 15 years ago and its message is timeless!
I personally think every american should read this book and maybe then our society would make a large change in the way Mr. Howard would obviously like to see.
Howard shows how too much law enforcing bureaucratic rules and processing restricts freedom of choice as well as inhibiting operation of government.
Enjoyed this, but many points were repeatedly made. Could have been more informative.Published 1 month ago by Virginia Baker
Interesting examples of, as the title says, The Death of Common Sense". I found it an interesting read for a long flight.Published 4 months ago by Eric B.
The purchase was handled perfectly and received on time. I order copies of this book when my supply runs out as I give this book to newly elected public officials in my town. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lee M. Pavao
This one sided book was definitely eye opening, and I wish that everyone would have a chance to read it. It really brings to light some of the problems we have with the processes. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Athana
very interesting book, a real subject not well understood by the common men or even the law makers, valid purchasePublished 7 months ago by Learning Princess
I am inclined to read more non-fiction these days because I find most modern fiction dry and predictable. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Larry J. Frieders
Bureaucratic nonsense. People in government trying to define how things need to be regulated without any knowledge of the thing that is being regulated.Published 9 months ago by Les