Abstract: This book documents how the legal system and government regulations have run amok, replacing common sense with a myriad of often conflicting rules and mandates.
Keywords: book review, politics, constitution, law, bureaucrats, regulations, lawyers, regulation, mandates, legislation, freedom, bureaucracy, reform, United States, common sense.
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Title: The Death of Common Sense: How Law Is Suffocating America
Author: Philip K. Howard
Publisher: Random House
Date Published: December 1994
ISBN: 0679429948
LOCN: KF384.H69 1994
Dewey: 349.73 347.3 20
Pages: 202
Bibliography: 161 entries
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Chapter 1: The Death of Common Sense

Chapter 2: The Buck Never Stops

Chapter 3: A Nation of Enemies

Chapter 4: Releasing Ourselves


Author:        Howard, Philip K.
Title:         The death of common sense : how law is
                  suffocating America / Philip K. Howard.
Edition:       1st ed.
Published:     New York : Random House, c1994.
Description:   202 p. ; 22 cm.
LC Call No.:   KF384.H69 1994
Dewey No.:     349.73 347.3 20
ISBN:          0679429948 : $18.00 ($25.00 Can.)
Notes:         Includes bibliographical references (p.
Subjects:      Law -- United States.
               Law reform -- United States.
               Bureaucracy -- United States.
               Common sense.
Control No.:   94034349 //r952


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