Government’s Greatest Achievements: An Analysis

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Government's Greatest Achievements: An Analysis
Introduction
Examining and evaluating government’s greatest achievements over the past 50 years confirms that many of these achievements have been historic in nature and have had a long-lasting positive impact on American society and the world beyond our shores. Yet in spite of these achievements, many problems in American society remain unresolved, while other problems have arisen because of these achievements, which some Americans see as not as achievements, but as infringements upon individual rights.
In order to fully explore and analyze these issues, Paul Light’s book, Government’s Greatest Achievements; Ron Paul’s book, The Revolution: A Manifesto; and George Lakoff’s book The...
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