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No, They Can't: Why Government Fails-But Individuals Succeed Hardcover – April 10, 2012
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“As an introduction to a way of looking at the world, No, They Can't is superb. In about 300 highly readable pages, Mr. Stossel whips through countless topics, explaining for each why libertarians think the government does more harm than good.” --The Washington Times
"I love No They Can't. This book sends a message that people need to read.”--Senator Mike Lee
About the Author
New York Times bestselling author John Stossel hosts his own one-hour weekly Fox Business Network show, Stossel, and a series of one-hour specials on Fox News. He also appears regularly Tuesdays on The O’Reilly Factor and on other Fox News shows.During three decades in journalism, Stossel has received numerous honors and awards. He is a nineteen-time Emmy winner, and a five-time honoree for excellence in consumer reporting by the National Press Club. His two previous books spent twenty weeks on the New York Times bestseller list.
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The only stretch argument he made in the entire book was that the govt shouldn't have mandated seatbelts. I get what he is saying that either A) seatbelts were already being installed by manufacturers and didn't need government oversight, and B) that potentially drivers do dumber things like go faster/more reckless if they think they are protected by seatbelts. However, mandating seatbelts costs the govt virtually nothing and is such a no-brainer in savings lives -- maybe our hindsight is 20/20 though, as I don't know the full history of seatbelt development and how the law was enacted. I wish he would have just left those few pages out of the book.
"No, They can't" But We, the people, do... if We pay a little attention, read books like this, and think a little about the realities he exposes. GOOD READING
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