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Financial Inclusion: One Size Doesn’t Fit All
We can’t predict exactly what solutions will emerge from financial liberalization. The results will likely differ from country to country or region to region, depending on unique cultural and socio-economic factors.READ MORE
The Fed is Hostile to a Self-Governing Society
While it is appropriate for monetary policy to be removed from active political interference, it does not follow that monetary policy ought not be judged according to democratic standards.READ MORE
Capitalism, Not Morality, Ended Baseball’s Color Line
Baseball teams are judged on wins and losses, and firms in the marketplace are “judged” by profits and losses. Since performance is objective, there is far more pressure on participants to put aside their prejudices and personal preferences.READ MORE
The Dangers of Negative Interest Rates and a Cashless Economy
Interest rate manipulations by central banks through monetary policy are similar to price controls on other goods.READ MORE
What Clemency for Cyntoia Brown Means for Other Victims Of Child Abuse
The fact that Brown was convicted before juvenile sentencing guidelines in Tennessee changed made her case even more heartbreaking. After all, Brown wouldn’t have been tried the same way under the current system.
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