Governing passions II
Kendall, G. and Wickham, G. (1992) Governing passions II. Australian Left Review (141). pp. 20-23.
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In the last ten years or so, much has been written and spoken in Anglo-Saxon countries about the size and extent of government. Much effort has been spent arguing, or at least gesturing, over how small government needs to be to allow these English-speaking nations to stay ahead of, or just keep up with (depending on how realistic you are) Japanese and continental European economic performance. Most of this effort has been wasted because far too little of it has focused on answering the deceptive question: what is government?
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