Beyond the Status Quo: Policy Proposals for America
by Edward H. Crane, David Boaz (eds)
Publisher: Cato Institute 1985
Number of pages: 292
Thirteen prominent analysts step back from the day-to-day Washington debates to gain a broader perspective. They offer a wide range of proposals for moving public policy beyond the status quo. Authors discuss on a broad range of political and cultural issues.
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