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Restoring the American Dream: The Defining Voice in the Movement for Liberty

Robert Ringer ; foreword by Stephen Moore
Format
Book
Published
Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, c2010.
Language
English
ISBN
9780470627624 (cloth), 047062762X (cloth), 9780470893340 (ebk), 0470893346 (ebk), 9780470893357 (ebk), 0470893354 (ebk), 9780470894033 (ebk), 0470894032 (ebk)
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Summary
"Restoring the American Dream is a follow up to Robert Ringer's bestselling classic. In Restoring the American Dream, Ringer continues to expose the myriad of problems created by big government (including inflation, high taxes, the energy crisis, and excessive regulation), and prescribed freedom, individualism, and opportunity as the solution. Ringer dedicated the book to "men and women throughout the world who practice individualism and self-responsibility, who do not covet the fruits of the labor of others, [and] who respect every person's right to sovereignty over his own life."Ringer points out many of the problems in the financial state of the government and explores the basic premise that nothing is more precious than individual rights. It is a rallying cry to a return to limited government and individual freedom"--Provided by publisher.
Contents
  • In the beginning
  • The system
  • How people get the things they want
  • The gourmet banquet
  • Taking the free out of free enterprise
  • Promoting the general welfare
  • How the bill is paid
  • Keeping it all in place
  • Taking back America.
Description
xxiii, 227 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-212) and index.
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