The Conservative Hand

The Tea Party movement doesn’t have a single leader or a central organization, and that’s the way the members of the movement like it. How though, can an unorganized movement get anything done?

Economist Adam Smith addressed this same question. He recognized that the free market is made up of countless businesses all pursuing their own goals. With no central leadership or organization the free market system in many ways resembles chaos. Yet out of this chaos emerges a coherent system that produces a greater common good: an efficient and productive economy. Smith called this phenomenon the free market’s invisible hand.

In this book we’ll take concepts from economics and apply them in a new and unique way to politics. From the outside it will resemble chaos, but the result will be a coherent and efficient system that achieves the goals of the Tea Party movement. Our new system will produce a greater common good without centralized organization or leadership, because (like the free market system) it will be guided by an invisible force—the conservative hand.

Use the links on the right side to read about a new approach to politics. Start with the preface.