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A Conservative Primer on Government and Economics
     

A Conservative Primer on Government and Economics

by Catherine Jaime
 
{This short book now contains two of Catherine's other political booklets - "There Ought to Be a Law" and "Notes from Frederick Bastiat's Political Economy Essays."}

Are you a conservative trying to make sense of government and economics?

Are you a liberal trying to figure out what makes the conservatives around you tick?

Or are you a student, trying to

Overview

{This short book now contains two of Catherine's other political booklets - "There Ought to Be a Law" and "Notes from Frederick Bastiat's Political Economy Essays."}

Are you a conservative trying to make sense of government and economics?

Are you a liberal trying to figure out what makes the conservatives around you tick?

Or are you a student, trying to understand the constant talk of government and economics that you hear around you?

Look no further. Catherine (author of the booklet, Understanding the Electoral College) gives you short and understandable explanations of a number of those key concepts:

Proper Role of Government; Cost of Government;
The Foundations of Government; Separation of Church and State; Pursuit of Happiness; Individual Responsibility; Winners & Losers; Prices; Mountains of Debt; Government as Robin Hood;
Class Warfare; Incentives; Property Rights; Unintended Consequences; Outsourcing; Greed/Self Interest; Profit; and more.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781480159730
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
10/22/2012
Pages:
88
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.18(d)

Meet the Author

Catherine Jaime did her undergraduate work at the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She has taken additional economics training through the Foundation for Teaching Economics and the Foundation for Economic Education.

Catherine teaches high school economics and government. She has authored several books dealing with government and/or economics. She firmly believes in the importance of the U.S. Constitution and the free market, and it shows in her writings.

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