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The US has always had ‘big government’ – even in the Colonial era

By Sidney Shapiro, Frank U. Fletcher Chair in Law, Wake Forest University
Joseph P. Tomain, Professor of Law, University of Cincinnati
Paralyzed by its most radical members, the House of Representatives passed just 27 bills that became law in 2023 — down nearly 90% from the previous year. Republicans who see big government as a threat to liberty view this failure as a “success.”

The idea of small government, however, is a myth at odds with U.S. history. In our new book, “How…The Conversation

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