Less Government, More Future is an essay on expanding economic freedom to move America towards a millennium of greatness. The book is based on the time-proven truth that as government expands beyond its core functions, the nation's economic vitality diminishes, as does the brilliance of its future. The theme is supported by a sweeping view of history, as well as studies by top economists. Compelling evidence is presented to show that our present level of total government spending (federal, state and local combined) is nearly twice its optimal level, severely degrading our economic rate of growth. Further, the book goes on to show how recent crises, such as the Saving and Loan crisis of the late 1980's and the 2008 financial crisis, were unwittingly engineered by the federal government. Less Government, More Future presents a solid intellectual argument that economic freedom is the key to America sustaining its position as the world's leading super power for the next millennium.