Dangerous Thoughts: Provocative Writings on Contemporary by Gary Jason

By Gary Jason

harmful ideas is a set of Gary Jason’s most well-liked and provocative articles from newspapers and political magazines, approximately 300 in all. some of these have been released way back to the later Nineteen Seventies, yet such a lot of them are of contemporary classic. There are 8 wide themes the articles hide, and are collected jointly in chapters consequently. the 1st is university reform, and the severe want for college selection. the second one is environmentalism and its detrimental impression on rational strength coverage. The 3rd is demographic switch the continued desire for immigrants (legal, and inside of average limits). The fourth facilities round the carrying on with desire at no cost alternate. The 5th is the necessity for entitlement application reform. The 6th is the necessity for numerous political reforms, and the 7th numerous fiscal ones. The 8th is the divide among highbrow elites and traditional electorate. a last bankruptcy contains a variety of miscellaneous pieces.

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