2020 was a bad year for small business. Government waged war on the entrepreneur in the name of public safety – imposing harsh lockdowns on those deemed "unessential." Carol Roth, author of a new book "The War on Small Business: How the Government Used the Pandemic to Crush Small Business," makes an important observation that large corporations tended to be exempt from the lockdowns. Isn't that funny!
Roth is a content creator, “recovering” investment banker, entrepreneur, TV pundit and host, and New York Times bestselling author. With 300+ pages of evidence, her new books makes the case that the government has been treating the little guy unfairly since long before COVID. However, the pandemic provided a perfect excuse to ramp up its preferential treatment of privileged cronies at corporations.
Can we even call this capitalism anymore?
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