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March 26, 2020
Robert E. Wright

Why this Shortage of Personal Protective Equipment?

Yes, healthcare is much more important than fast food, which is exactly why we need to deregulate it and do so now before COVID-20, or some other contagious calamity, strikes.

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Donald J. Boudreaux

Florida Cracks Down on “Price Gouging” at the Worst-Possible Time

Products unavailable for sale at ‘normal’ prices are not actually for sale; they are utterly unobtainable – which means that their prices then are infinite.

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Art Carden

We All Depend on the Kindness of Strangers

Again, these are strange and frightening times. I want things to get back to “normal,” or at least as close to normal as they can get, as soon as possible. Until they do, though, I will remain grateful for the strangers who are helping me weather this particular storm.

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J.P. Koning

Burner Cards and Financial Privacy

The growing demand for virtual cards also serves as a good reminder that the ability to exert control over one’s personal information when making transactions isn’t just a feature that drug dealers want. Regular folks operating in the above-ground economy demand a degree of privacy, as well.

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Steve Kates

A Classical Economic Response to the Coronavirus Recession

If ever there has been a downturn that cannot in any way be explained as a fall in demand it is the forced closures that have followed the coronavirus panic. The downturn is entirely structural in nature, even if, as is the usual case, the problem has been driven by government actions and decisions.

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Layoffs
Robert Hughes

Job Losses Show Unprecedented Surge

The unprecedented economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak is hitting economic statistics.

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