Argues against America's economic life becoming more like Europe's and warns that if Americans continue down this path they will suffer an overburdened welfare state, a government that controls half of the economy, and high taxation.
We're becoming like Europe -- Free markets, guilds, and the state -- Towards the European social model -- A very imperfect union -- Insiders and outsiders -- Soft despotism -- Deficits, debt, and deception -- Globalization: the last frontier -- How America can have a non-European future
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