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Many of us grew up playing the Monopoly game and still of us play and love playing the game of board monopoly. A new creative artist David Smith is trying to bring creative life to what is known as Monopoly- this man is known as the creative mind of the creative world of Monopoly, he has creative original ideas and creative original looks that represent different periods of time and finally he is the social activist.
Review: Uncle Sam, the monopoly man Editorial Review - Kirkus Reviews This book signals that growing merger between the forces of conservatism and radicalism in the face of an unwieldy bureaucratic technocracy. Wooldridge's argument is that Uncle Sam is an incompetent administrator of many of his citizens' dally affairs. He takes the traditional view that the incentives of individual competition inspire the highest human motivation. Wooldridge examines various public institutions such as the Post Office, schools, law enforcement agencies, and justice system, and he attempts to show how private endeavor in these areas has historically proved not only more efficient but more equitable as well. Where the U.S. Post Office has bungled the mails at great financial loss, he asserts, private businessmen have carried them swiftly and reliably for fun and profit. Public schools' centralized mess has failed one black drop-out after another, but the Urban League's privately endowed Street Academy caters especially to ghetto kids' needs and thereby salvages their chance for success. When the public police monopoly is negligent or abusive of its powers, the Black Panthers or the Jewish Defense League are fully entitled if not obliged to assume the responsibility of protection of their communities. Wooldridge's belief is that the consensus view of the ""public interest"" must yield to a pluralistic interest approach. The style here is often tedious if not deadly, but he argues rigorously and provides substantial documentation. (Source:
This smiling monopoly man has been printed onto a sheet of aluminum and mounted onto board, lit up with neon yellow dollar signs cascading around his face. Bold and colourful the smiling face has been layered with doodles and graffiti, giving it an urban edge. (Source: www.andrewmartin.co.uk)
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