Examines the relationship between the American people and their government. The authors analyse the case for limiting governmental power and discuss such limits in terms of tax, regulatory limits, and electoral, congressional term and constitutional limits. They also look at auxiliary areas.
Part one: Why should government be limited? Part two: Which limits on government are appropriate? Part three: Are auxiliary precautions needed?
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