Why is the country in a state of disarray? Why do our systems not work? In The World is Stupid-You Can't Fix It! author Claude Roessiger examines the major issues plaguing the United States today and proposes solutions to some of the ills.
From the origins of man's society to windmills and boorish manners, Roessiger discusses a wide range of public policy issues-social democracy; drug, alcohol, and sexual policies; education; economics; technology; government spending; and government size. His inquiry ranges far, cuts incisively, and gives no quarter. In The World is Stupid-You Can't Fix It! he delves into a range of questions:
• Does the populace understand that a major portion of public spending is waste? Is anyone truly incensed?
• Was the Spirit of '76 no more than a fl ash in the pan?
• Can men preserve liberty?
• Was man made for liberty?
Roessiger admits that the questions are difficult to ask and the answers even more difficult to discern. But they are important to discuss because for free people to remain free, they must be capable of rational argumentation and dialogue.