Consider how much easier it would be to achieve a flexible workforce without the dead hand
of regulation defining scopes of practice.
The Dead Hand
analyses and documents two decades of Soviet and post-Soviet deception in nuclear and biological warfare preparations and US official, scientific, and journalistic ingenuity in uncovering, publicising, and countering the deceptions.
In many areas of administration, Bulgaria has languished too long under the dead hand
of incompetence and complacency.
The Positive Alternative to Dead Hand
Mr Dullsville is a dead hand
whose mere presence seems to the suck the drama out of any tense situation.
The wastelands of dereliction in this city are not due to the hand of God, nor market forces, but socialist-type policies combined with the dead hand
of council bureaucracy.
Chracterised by tactful and imaginative handling of light and views, Barajas has managed to break free from the dead hand
of airport anomie.
A methodological point of considerable significance is Lindsey's use of qualitative evidence to show that statism refuses to die and is defended everywhere by vested interests and laws that are difficult to change, making the struggle between the dead hand
and the invisible one a momentous issue of our time.
It's long over time for the dead hand
of privilege and self agrandissment to be removed from the reins of a glorious sport.
Brink Lindsey, in his book Against the Dead Hand
, points out that state-owned enterprises remain a major presence in 74 countries which have a total of two-thirds of the world's population.
argues that the headline problems of poverty, war, and more are far more insidious than any that can be blamed on business or any single cause because they emerge fundamentally from incorrect thinking about the relative merits of collectivism versus freedom, particularly free trade.
Workin' on the Chain Gang: Shaking off the Dead Hand