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by Newt Gingrich,Richard Lesher

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ISBN:
0525941940
Author:
Newt Gingrich,Richard Lesher
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English
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Dutton Adult; First Edition edition (May 1, 1996)
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240 pages
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Meltdown on Main Street:. has been added to your Cart. This smoothly written book by the president of the . Chamber of Commerce outlines the case against big government that helped put Republicans in control of Congress in 1994.

Meltdown on Main Street:. Comparing the surge of antigovernment sentiment to a political earthquake, Lesher argues that the mobilization of small businesses struggling to survive was the driving force in the shift to the right.

Meltdown on Main Street book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Meltdown on Main Street: Why Small Business is Leading the Revolution Against Big Government. by. Richard Lesher, Newt Gingrich (Goodreads Author) (Foreword).

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Providing an indictment of government policy-making and calling for a return to traditional values of self-reliance, personal initiative, and individual. ISBN13: 9780525941941. Meltdown on Main Street : Why Small Business Is Leading the Revolution Against Big Government. by Newt Gingrich and Richard Lesher.

Meltdown on main street. why small business is leading the revolution against big government. Meltdown on main street. Published 1996 by Dutton in New York.

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My contention in 1996 was precisely the same as it had been nearly twenty years earlier, when, in 1975, I was named to lead the us Chamber

But first, I think it would be worth revisiting the theme of my last effort, the 1996 work entitled Meltdown on Main Street: Why Small Business Is Leading the Revolution Against Big Government. My contention in 1996 was precisely the same as it had been nearly twenty years earlier, when, in 1975, I was named to lead the us Chamber. As I maintained in Meltdown on Main Street, The national spirit of enterprise and initiative has been hamstrung by maddening regulatory red tape and bureaucratic bungling.

In his 1998 book Lessons Learned the Hard Way, Gingrich encouraged volunteerism and spiritual renewal, placing more importance on families, creating tax incentives and reducing regulations for businesses in poor neighborhoods, and increasing property ownership by low-income families  .

Small government is a concept or principle widely invoked by classical liberalism, mainly by political conservatives and libertarians, to describe an economic and political system where there is minimal government involvement in certain areas of publ.

Small government is a concept or principle widely invoked by classical liberalism, mainly by political conservatives and libertarians, to describe an economic and political system where there is minimal government involvement in certain areas of public policy or the private sector, especially matters considered to be private or personal. It is an important topic in classical liberalism, libertarianism and conservatism, but challenged by supporters of big government.

Providing an indictment of government policy-making and calling for a return to traditional values of self-reliance, personal initiative, and individual responsibility, a study reveals how government programs have failed and explains why small business is leading a revolution against big government.