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April 21, 2020
Veronique de Rugy

Washington Motto: Spend During Good Times and Spend Even More During Bad Times

According to the empirical evidence, there is little doubt that large government debt has a negative, and in many cases an increasingly worsening, impact on the growth potential of a debt-burdened economy.

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Donald J. Boudreaux

Socialists and their Silly Stories

My dear friend Roger Meiners, Professor of Economics at the University of Texas-Arlington, tells of a former colleague of his whose interpretation of reality should teach us all an important lesson. Roger’s colleague, a devout Marxist, once announced that the always-full shelves at American supermarkets are evidence that capitalism is failing. You read that right: […]

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Peter Boettke

We Don’t Need a Cure to Reopen

I hope someday soon we will once again be having very rational yet vigorous discussions about the fundamental issues related to the liberal principles of justice and political economy, and we can point to the resiliency and ingenuity of a free people even in the face of adversity as one of the main arguments in favor of true liberal radicalism.

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