Chapter 13 – Discussion and Dialogue

The author presents a theory in the opening chapter grounded in the concepts of the economics of choice (not in the economics of externalities) to explain why expanding the the creation and utilization of nonprofits to lessen the fiscal, capacity and debt burdens of governments at all levels, leads to an equitable and efficient solution. Numerous real world examples are given, along with a dissecting of what makes them work and consequently what are the necessary planks upon which policymakers may pursue this option to dealing with the fiscal and capacity constraints on governments. The book begins with a definition of lessening the burden of government as it is in IRS rules, pronouncements and regulations, ...

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