Statism Sucks! by Andrew Ian Dodge
Statism Sucks! The title says it all.
Statism Sucks! asks the questions and supplies focus for the issues. Where is personal responsibility? Can we solve our own problems? Targeted at the under 40's, the book awakens political thought and action in the internet generation. Statism Sucks! is the voice of the voter, a call to action to those least likely to vote in the 2000 elections.
The author offers revolutionary ideas springing from everyday conditions we have all complained about. Tired of over-regulation, excessive taxation, poor schools, mediocre care of children in this democratic society? Education, taxation, role of the federal and state government, personal responsibility, parental responsibility, religion, law and order are the issues. Solutions call for replacing government intervention with personal responsibility for one's self and for others, especially for children. There are absolutely new tax proposals, well beyond a "flat tax."
Andrew Ian Dodge, an '89 graduate of Colby College (Maine), writes from his 15 years experience working in politics in the United States and in the United Kingdom. A prolific writer of fiction, the thirty-two-year old author in this book offers his ideas to benefit general political discussion.
Statism Sucks! offers readers the tools to clarify their own political philosophies and use their voting power. Watch out "business-as-usual politicians."