Technically, That's Illegal

Technically, That's Illegal

by Ann Sattley
     
 
A witty commentary on over-legislation in America, with a focus on a city's little-read municipal codes. This stay-at-home mom takes the dull ride through the codes on her own and shares the gems with the reader, while engaging in experiments and commentary along the way.

Overview

A witty commentary on over-legislation in America, with a focus on a city's little-read municipal codes. This stay-at-home mom takes the dull ride through the codes on her own and shares the gems with the reader, while engaging in experiments and commentary along the way.

Editorial Reviews

back of book - Lenore Skenazy
It should be illegal -- like everything else these days -- NOT to read this book. If you've ever wondered how come you can get in trouble for raising your kids the way you think is right or can't understand why Good Samaritans sometimes end up in bad straits, this is the book for you. (As opposed to the one that will be thrown at you if you disobey a law that you never heard of that makes no sense.) Get ready to be outraged by a whole lot of laws being (selectively) enforced...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013023772
Publisher:
Ann Sattley
Publication date:
09/01/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
144
File size:
77 KB

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