The Explosion of Government Dependence Hinders Growth
Public sector spending represents roughly 37 percent of the U.S. economy; that's the highest share since World War II. A serious side-effect of this government-centered growth has been a rising dependence on government that has demonstrably hindered economic growth. What are the implications? What does it mean for you? We'll provide the answers.
As the government has grown faster than the private sector, our dependence on the government has grown, reshaping our economy and our national priorities.