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In this witty, informative overview of contemporary economic ills, Wright takes a fresh approach to public policy by finding fault with both the government and the market, and with both Democrats and Republicans and also offers practical solutions.
Table of Contents
|Fubar, Fubar Everywhere||p. 9|
|Death of a Salesman: Our Mortgage Mess And Financial Fiasco||p. 31|
|Bob The Builder: Deconstructing the Construction Industry||p. 69|
|Uncle Tom's Cabin: The Pollution of Slavery||p. 83|
|The Grapes of Wrath: Failed Bailouts And The Great Depression||p. 117|
|Sacred Hoax: Social Security and the Distortion of Retirement Savings||p. 149|
|House Scrubs: Hypercostly Healthcare and Insurance||p. 177|
|3Rd Rock From the Sun: Agency Problems In Higher Education||p. 199|
|Fighting Fubar: Pareto Proposals||p. 227|
|The Financial System||p. 229|
|Depressions and Bailouts||p. 236|
|Retirement Savings||p. 237|
|Healthcare and Insurance||p. 243|
|Higher Education||p. 244|
|Concluding Thoughts||p. 247|
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