The Dilemma of Democracy: The Political Economics of Over-Government

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Governments have been taking control of activities - 'public' goods, 'public' utilities, welfare and local government services - which would have been better left to the private sector. Most of them were being privately provided before the state crowded out private initiatives. People will increasingly escape to non-state suppliers unless the government withdraws from many of these activities. Government should reduce its share of national income from 40 per cent to 20 per cent. Arthur Seldon, for many years the IEA's ...

The Dilemma of Democracy: The Political Economics of Over-Government 2002, Institute of Economic Affairs, London

ISBN-13: 9780255365369

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The Dilemma of Democracy: The Political Economics of Over-Government 1998, Institute of Economic Affairs, London

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