|From the author of the bestselling "The Death of Common Sense" comes this urgent and elegant argument to restore the can-do spirit that made America great. Howard argues that Americans are losing the freedom to make sense of daily choices, and he explains how to get it back.|
From the Publisher:
A darkly humorous assessment of what the author identifies as a loss of freedom to make sense of daily choices in America cites such dilemmas as inane safety warnings and the growing powerlessness of business and educational leaders, in a call-to-action that argues for more empowering, common-sense boundaries of law. 20,000 first printing.