Controlling the Demand for Higher Taxes Through Competitive Incentives Cox, Wendell and Love, Jean

In Controlling The Demand For Taxes Through Competitive Incentives, public policy consultants Wendell Cox and Jean Love argue that the federal, state and local governments already extract more than enough money in taxes to provide all the public services demanded by citizens. What is needed to curb government waste and inefficiency is simply the contracting out of more services.