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Donald J. Boudreaux

Adam Smith’s Alleged “Exceptions” to a Policy of Unilateral Free Trade

If you wish to win greater support for a policy proposal, it’s useful to draw your audience’s attention to famous and respected historical figures who, were they still alive, would almost surely join you in supporting that position. For example, if you’re pressing for a policy of protective tariffs as a means of enriching the […]


Jeffrey Tucker

Why Don’t Things Work Anymore? (Video)

I enjoyed being on the show Full Measure to discuss government regulations on gas cans and other things like showers, toilets, dishwashers, hot water heaters, and so on. My first writings on this topic are from Bourbon for Breakfast and I’ve been writing about the issue of regulations on domestic appliances ever since. I hope […]


John Tamny

Economic Crisis Is the State’s Oxygen

With the virus priced, investor are now hedging themselves against a typically obtuse and alarmist reaction from policymakers that will enhance the power of government at the expense of the private sector where all growth takes place.


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