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Back to Work (excerpt) by Bill Clinton

Back to Work (excerpt) by Bill Clinton

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Published by Alfred A. Knopf
How do we get back in the future business? Bill Clinton explains in this excerpt from his new book, Back to Work.
How do we get back in the future business? Bill Clinton explains in this excerpt from his new book, Back to Work.

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Publish date: Nov 8, 2011
Added to Scribd: Nov 07, 2011
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take tighter hold of their own destiny and to reduce their dependence on government. Good governance also means tolerant government tolerant of differences in political, religious, and sectoral beliefs, and of personal conflicts. It means a government that respects dissent, protects the independence of the judiciary, and ensures that justice is done. Good governance means an open government a
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Mrs Thatcher defined it as a change “from a dependant to a self-reliant society, from a ‘Give-it-to-me’ or ‘Do-it-yourself’ nation”. It means more delegation and decentralization of authority from central government to provincial governments to local bodies, and from local bodies to nongovernmental and community organisations. The approach in the 1990’s must be for the people to take tighter h

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