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  • While this may seem like pie in the sky delusions, it is actually presented a logical manner and avoid pitfalls of slander down any political books

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      The Death of Common Sense by Philip K. Howard “How Law is Suffocating America” It’s no surprise this book was a New York Times bestseller.

      Our chronicles a great deal of ridiculous situation in America where people’s obsession with lawsuits has led to a major decline in


      the way people conduct themselves.

      Howard believes that people have become less concerned personal responsibility and looking for ways to solve themselves of responsibility and the simple remedy where such remedy is not warranted.

      Howard further shows that we have made enemies of ourselves to our litigious ...


      • nature and this has he wrote a great deal of America’s moral structure.

        This on this may seem heavy-handed and in a way it is, but Howard presents a good argument that their needs to be some sort of reform in the judicial process.

        He does

        not laid claim politicians but lays the blame on individuals themselves, suggesting that they show more restraint in their decision-making.

        While this may seem like pie in the sky delusions, it is actually presented a logical manner and avoid pitfalls of slander down any political books.

        Recommended and well worth the read.




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