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Raymond March

The Covid-19 Ratchet Effects Are Becoming Clearer and More Concerning

“Creating the best post-covid world possible involves more than eradicating the virus. It also requires returning to pre-covid levels of government involvement in our lives. The ratchet effect stands in the way, and it lasts much longer than a pandemic.” ~ Raymond J. March


John Tamny

Amazon’s Reward For Lifting Its Vendors In Unimaginable Ways? Demonization

“Once the butt of jokes of the ‘’ variety, the formerly fledgling business presently meets the needs of billions of customers in ways they never imagined. Put another way, we couldn’t live without Amazon today. Seemingly neither can reporters seeking – and getting – A1 newspaper real estate through reports that are long on innuendo, while short on reason.” ~ John Tamny


Ethan Yang

A Conversation With the Great Richard Epstein

“On this episode of the AIER Authors Corner, Ethan Yang interviews Richard Epstein, who is quite simply, one of the most influential legal scholars in the world. Epstein is the Peter and Kirsten Bedford Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, the Laurence A. Tisch Professor of Law at New York University Law School, and a senior lecturer at the University of Chicago.” ~ AIER


Robert Hughes

Labor Market Recovery Continues but Full Recovery Could Be a Year Away

“Payrolls posted another strong gain in June as the labor market recovery continues. However, there’s a long way to go and other fallout from the lockdowns, including shortages and rising price pressures are tempering the favorable outlook.” – Robert Hughes


Art Carden

July 2, 1962: The Day Retail Changed Forever

“Nothing is stopping commentators or humanitarians from starting a competing enterprise–call it HeartMart–run by a team of executives who are just as able as the people running Walmart but who are less greedy and, therefore, positioned to create better jobs for the people Walmart is so ruthlessly exploiting without compromising shareholder returns, prices, or selection.” ~ Art Carden


Phillip W. Magness

Does Classical Liberalism Need Intersectionality Theory?

“If you still hold out hope that classical liberal thought can be constructively reconciled with intersectionality theory in a way that meets Crenshaw’s own terms, I can only suggest that you are likely being as dismissive of underlying problems with intersectionality as the political right is with intersectionality itself.” ~ Phillip W. Magness


Robert E. Wright

Death by Policy Lottery

“Despite the costly consequences of bad policies, Americans just won’t give up their beloved policy lotteries. Many date to the New Deal and Progressive eras and hence were deliberately and structurally racist. Yet somehow the same government that perpetrated them is being entrusted to ameliorate their intentional effects with additional lottery-like policies instead of radical rollback.” ~ Robert E. Wright


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