The Voting Has Ended!
The Best Book of the Year
1998's Best Book, as determined by the readers of The Progress Report, is:
Field of Schemes
by Joanna Cagan and Neil DeMause
For a review of the book, click here
We salute Field of Schemes for its Competence, its Power, and its Timeliness.
There is no doubt that this book has already helped taxpayers in the fight against corporate welfare. Shining the light of publicity on Special Privilege is a great way to appeal to every human's sense of justice. We are quite sure that Field of Sche mes also helped to prod Time Magazine to do a cover story and four-issue series last November on Corporate Welfare.
The book's web site: click here
Congratulations to the book's publisher: Common Courage Press
If you might want to order the book (at a 30% discount) for yourself or a friend, click here
To visit the Corporate Welfare Shame Page: click here
By the way...
The Best Book of 1997 was Taxing Women, by Edward McCaffery. For recent comments from the author himself, click here a>
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