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April 6, 2020
James L. Caton

A Fate Worse than Hyperinflation

The game played by federal actors and financial markets is for keeps. A lack of awareness of the dangers faced in this game by both the public and by politicians leaves the audience of public opinion in a collective yawn in response to discussion of fiscal responsibility.

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Edward Stringham

Stand Up for Your Rights, says Bio-Statistician Knut M. Wittkowski

“I think people in the United States and maybe other countries as well are more docile than they should be. People should talk with their politicians, question them, ask them to explain, because if people don’t stand up to their rights, their rights will be forgotten.”

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Robert Hughes

Auto Sales Plunge in March

Auto sales plunged in March providing more evidence of the dramatic impact of COVID-19 and supporting the near-certainty that the U.S. has entered recession.

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Donald J. Boudreaux

Keep America Open

Economies, in short, grow the more open and free they are – that is, the further they are from being autarkic. Economies do not grow as a consequence of politicians and mandarins using tariffs, subsidies, and other special privileges to shield domestic producers from foreign competition.

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Richard M. Ebeling

The Press Conference Trump Should Hold Now

“I have a new campaign slogan more in keeping with my new political view of things. It is, “Make Americans Free Again.” This is an idea and an ideal truly worth fighting for and reestablishing here in the United States.”

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