Assesses the highs and lows of the nearly 30-year struggle to limit government, including Reagan’s successes and failures, the drift away from Reagan’s legacy, and George W. Bush’s rejection of limited government.
Examines how Americans have expanded presidential power over recent decades by expecting solutions for all national problems, concluding by calling for the Presidency to return to its properly defined constitutional limits.
David Boaz offers his unique and often surprising views on such hot-button issues as the presidential race, individual rights vs. national security, drugs, immigration, the war on terror, school choice, and government intrusion into private lives.
A scathing look at how the rise of conservatives who believed big government could be used to further the conservative cause ultimately undermined the legacy of traditional conservatives and shattered the Republican revolution.
Top-tier political scholars investigate the startling lack of competition in our democratic system.
A scathing look at how the Republican Party, once the paragon of fiscal conservativism, has embraced Big Government and become even more irresponsible with taxpayer money than the Democrats.
The era of big government is not over.
How President Clinton seriously undermined the cornerstone of American democracy — the rule of law.
“Politicians who ignore this book do so at their own peril”