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Jeffrey Tucker

International Trade: Freedom Beats Arbitrary Rule

It’s been a beautiful thing to observe the wonderful effects of the tax cuts and deregulation of the last year. The tariffs take us off this clear path to the goal. The only question remains: is this a cul-de-sac or a u-turn? My own hope is that the political posturing is over in this one sector and we can move forward again with progress toward a world of peace, prosperity, and free trade, and that arbitrary rule will not permanently derail the rule of law in international economic relations.


Fergus Hodgson

Why Fiscal Warnings Fall on Deaf Ears

The most profound and important insight from Miron’s contribution is the political resistance to sufficient spending cuts, which are unavoidable, since neither higher taxes nor higher growth provide a path to solvency.


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