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Reviewed by Renee Guill for Readers' Favorite
Rightsizing Nations by David Lockwood is a nonfiction political government book. He uses five terms to help explain the reasoning for rightsizing a nation. He talks about warfare, the cost of national defense, free trade, the level of income inequality, and government. David explains why he thinks the five big countries should decentralize. He uses California and Illinois to help explain how it would work. He talks about how smaller countries could use some growth, using history and surveys to help explain his point.
Rightsizing Nations by David Lockwood is pretty fascinating. I like how he used the analogy between the baker and the brain surgeon to explain free trade. He talked about biowarfare and used the recent pandemic to explain how artificial intelligence could also be a part of biological warfare, I found that to be fascinating and scary at the same time. I liked how he explained capital; it actually made sense. I thought the chapter on machines and artificial intelligence was riveting and a real eye-opener. I liked how he explained that smaller countries have happier citizens. The paragraph about South Carolina was a real eye-opener, especially concerning recent events. This book gives you a lot to think about. I love it when books do that. If you like history, politics, or economics I think you will find this book engrossing.