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June 28, 2019
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Phillip W. Magness

School Segregation and Busing: Lessons in Government Failure

While offered as an ostensible corrective to the very real injustices of the school segregation that preceded it, busing itself is also a form of politically directed and centralized social planning.

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Max Gulker

Bitcoin Remains Vastly More Volatile Than Traditional Currencies

While reading tea leaves based on Bitcoin’s price to predict the cryptocurrency’s ultimate success is tempting, its day-to-day volatility is perhaps more important in determining its practicality as a store of value.

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Robert Hughes

Sentiment Fell in June Despite Gains in Income and Spending in May

Consumer sentiment fell slightly in June but remains at a high level while income and spending continued to grow in May. Tariffs and trade wars remain a significant risk.

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Nicolas Cachanosky

Here’s What Wrong With Bernie’s Plan to Eliminate Student Loan Debt

If we want to get serious about the student loan problem, we should focus less on the point of repayment and more on the point of origination.

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Art Carden

Almost Everything People Say about Big Business Is Wrong 

For all its imperfections, American business does a pretty good job — a much better job, Cowen argues, than most people think, and I, for one, agree.

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Stephen Davies

Let’s Revive the Term Individualism

If you do not want to surrender the term “liberal” to soft collectivism, then speak of individualist liberalism rather than classical liberalism.

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