Henry Ford on Laws

“Law never does anything constructive. It can never be more than a policeman, and so it is a waste of time to look to our state capitals or to Washington to do that which law was not designed to do. As long as we look to legislation to cure poverty or to abolish special privilege we are going to see poverty spread and special privilege grow. We have had enough of looking to Washington and we have had enough of legislators – not so much, however, in this as in other countries – promising laws to do that which laws cannot do.”

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Joel Gross

Joel Gross is the CEO of Coalition Technologies.

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