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  • Not Invited to the Partyby James T. Bennett

    Springer 2009; US$ 24.50

    Demonstrates how the dominant political parties - the Democrats and Republicans - have co-opted the system to their advantage. This book examines the history and array of laws, regulations, subsidies and programs that benefit the two major parties and discourage even the possibility of a serious challenge to the Democrat-Republican duopoly. more...

  • The Doomsday Lobbyby James T. Bennett

    Springer 2010; US$ 24.95

    Federal patronage of science was never contemplated by the framers of the Constitution, but they did seek to "promote the Progress of Science and useful Art" by granting inventors patent rights. However, direct subvention to scientists and scientific organizations was not considered appropriate activity of the central government. In the 19th... more...

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