Who's Looking Out For You? - Chapter 3: My Country 'Tis of Thee Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3: My Country 'Tis of Thee Summary

The United States is a fantastic country, but it is hardly recognizable with the United States of a hundred years ago. The country used to be ran from the top down (at a presidential level) with the attitude that people were expected to be responsible and take care of themselves for the most part. The government, particularly the federal government was strictly "hands off" when it came to telling people how to live their lives. This changed with the Great Depression and the Great Society. Suddenly, the government was in everyone's business - and it's been there ever since. The amount of money the government spends (and wastes) is so staggering, it's almost impossible to comprehend. People just look out for themselves. Entitlement spending is the new spirit of selfishness.

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