By Henry Grady Weaver.
Throughout history, most of man’s progress in art, science, material wealth, and personal freedom has occurred, not gradually and evenly with the passage of time, but suddenly and dramatically in great bursts of productivity and intellectual output. These bursts of progress are not random nor are they confined to any single race or region of the world. They have occurred always within those societies where government interference was minimal. In other words, the mainspring of human progress is freedom. When governments restrict freedom in the name of benefiting society, society is the first casualty. 283 pages.