The New Pioneers: How Entrepreneurs Are Defying the System to Rebuild the Cities and Towns of America

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Have you ever tried to do some renovation work on your house, only to discover a litany of inspections, building codes, permits, and other government oversights waiting for you? Well, that increases tenfold when you try to open a business in this country, and it has to stop. This kind of over-regulation is suffocating the little guy’s chances at living the American dream.

Thankfully, though, there are people out there trying to change things for the better. They’re called The New Pioneers, and in J.P. Faber’s guide, we meet a few of them and learn how they’re working in and around the system to rebuild America.

This book is all about building small and gradually reworking what’s there to allow for new, sustained growth. From Katrina-ravaged New Orleans and economy-ravaged Detroit to Wynwood, Miami, and Phoenix, Arizona, folks are figuring out how to dodge stifling regulations by employing careful word choice, loopholes, and creative solutions to system-imposed problems.

This book is a tribute to what can be accomplished when bureaucracy gets out of the way of entrepreneurs. The New Pioneers is both inspiring and enlightening. We could use more of that these days.

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Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 256 pages
Publisher BenBella Books
Publish Date 2017-Jun-13
ISBN 9781944648305 Buy this Book
Issue June 2017
Category Current Events & Politics


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