ECONOMIC ANALYSIS: Laws, regulations rippling through corporate America

They say that one way to avoid getting angry at the car traffic around you is to imagine that the drivers are people you know. Likewise, it is said that substituting the words "other people" for the word "government" in the discussion of government's obligations and responsibilities toward its citizens can take some of the thunder out of the latter's demands. That's no great insight, of course. We want to impress, please and be liked by people. But organizations, bureaucracies...

 

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