Consider how much easier it would be to achieve a flexible workforce without the dead hand
of regulation defining scopes of practice.
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CONTROL OF CHARITABLE
His argument in one brief--indeed, cursory--chapter is merely that no viable alternative to markets exists as a macroeconomic organizing principle, so that the triumph of liberalism sooner or later must arrive despite stubborn and effective resistance from the forces of the dead hand
The shocking thing about Dead Hand
is that the ideas that motivated these nightmares--like sequels to a horror movie in which the serial killers resurface time after time -- are still loose in the world.
So, since Congress is charged with declaring war, since we don't do that anymore, and since Bosnia--like other contingencies we can expect to face in the future--is strictly a peacekeeping mission anyway, maybe we're just tilting at phantom windmills and letting our, selves be strangled by the dead hand
of constitutionalism by belaboring this Bosnia thing.
In the most obvious example, it was the gay black Chicago dj Frankie Knuckles who invented the lean, pared-down sound of house music, and thus helped liberate disco and dance culture from the dead hand
of the corporate record industry, with its costly aristocracy moguls and superstars.
When Bonaventure became minister general of the Franciscan Order in 1257, he "understood that the only way to unfasten the grip of Francis's dead hand
was to offer an alternative that would transform Francis's history into a new, less action-oriented, and less radical message" (147).
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It has also been reported that we had a trade deficit of PS55bn last year with the EU and are also now exporting more of our goods to countries outside the EU, which would continue when we are rid of the dead hand
of Europe with its continual petty regulation edicts which are mostly to justify its own existence.
This was the effect of the dead hand
of nationalisation on our railway system and it is only a matter of luck that the lines surrounding Harbury survived to become the success they are today.
Jon Cruddas has warned that the top of the party wields a "profound dead hand
at the centre" that blocks plans.
He said: "We are often called the dead hand
of bureaucracy and told we should keep out of the way.