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Unintended Consequences is a novel by John Ross, first published in 1996 by Accurate Press. The story chronicles the history of the gun culture, gun rights and gun control in the United States from the early 1900s through the late 1990s. Although clearly a work of fiction, the story is heavily laced with historical information, including real-life historical figures who play minor supporting roles. The novel also features unusually detailed and intricate facts, figures and explanations of many firearms-related topics. The cover has a picture of Lady Justice being assaulted by an ATF agent.
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This is a situation which is rife with the risk of unintended consequences.
There are unintended consequences when you make a blanket statement of $15 an hour.
I think we can manage it, and I do n’t think there should be any unintended consequences to job creation.
I think in this case the major takeaway is that there are unintended consequences that need to be evaluated when you make policy decisions.
It's an easy trick for politicians to point at business and call them fat cats, but interventionism is dangerous, Ed Miliband must understand that there are laws of unintended consequences.
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- istenmeyen sonuçlarıTurkish
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