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38 review for Bad Samaritan: The Welfare State and Its Victims

  1. 5 out of 5

    Omar Halabieh

    In this very concise book, Jeff, presents his case in warning us about the dangers of the Welfare State that is creeping up and affecting most western economies. His main arguments revolve around: 1- The self-entitlement belief of citizens when it comes to comfort and security that leads to "the loss of human potential and the shrinking freedom" 2- The Welfare which was introduced to combat the evils of society but to the contrary now is magnifying them (e.g. Gangs) 3- The sense of self-entitlement In this very concise book, Jeff, presents his case in warning us about the dangers of the Welfare State that is creeping up and affecting most western economies. His main arguments revolve around: 1- The self-entitlement belief of citizens when it comes to comfort and security that leads to "the loss of human potential and the shrinking freedom" 2- The Welfare which was introduced to combat the evils of society but to the contrary now is magnifying them (e.g. Gangs) 3- The sense of self-entitlement leading to bad attitude (lack of self-discipline and inflated ego) which in turns manifests itself as lack of pursuit of opportunities (higher unemployment) An important subject, but one that deserves much deeper analysis from both viewpoints. Nevertheless a worthy read for the time investment required (20-30 mins).

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tony Drummond

    This short book puts forward the proposition that the welfare state is actually damaging society rather than helping it. Although well researched, the book contains wild sweeping statements and stereotypes which leaves you feeling that this is more of a rant. Some sections could be offensive (for example in the middle section we are told that single mothers are idle and their children will join gangs and become rapists and murderers) Although this will make you think about the welfare state you w This short book puts forward the proposition that the welfare state is actually damaging society rather than helping it. Although well researched, the book contains wild sweeping statements and stereotypes which leaves you feeling that this is more of a rant. Some sections could be offensive (for example in the middle section we are told that single mothers are idle and their children will join gangs and become rapists and murderers) Although this will make you think about the welfare state you would be better researching this online for a more well balanced view.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Irene

    Received this book through the Goodreads Giveaways. I don't like to give negative reviews, but the concepts given in this book could have been attained from watching 10-15 minutes of Fox News. To me it reads more like a rant about the "Welfare State" in Western Countries. It's just not for me.

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