Spoiled by the Spoils

October 2010
Alberta Views;Oct2010, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p4
The author reflects on the significant economic factors and indicators among the Albertans. She notes that people who pay taxes have a stake in the government. She points out that people tend to forget that they have the authority and responsibility to pace the rate as they use it up. She adds that social responsibility is beyond the corporations' responsibility, though they do good works for public relation improvement.


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