Shooting the hippo : death by deficit and other Canadian myths
Toronto : Viking, 1995
viii, 309 pages
Hardcover book in very good condition.
In summary, "Shooting the Hippo" is a book that challenges the prevalent economic and political myths of its time in Canada. It advocates for a more thoughtful and compassionate approach to economic policy-making, emphasizing the importance of addressing social and economic inequality rather than simply obsessing over deficits.