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August 29, 2018
ineuquality
Phillip W. Magness

Confiscatory Taxes Don’t Increase Equality

Far from a vindication, the mid-20th century experience of the United States actually points to the futility of using confiscatory tax rates to counteract inequality. 

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stockmarket
Robert Hughes

Corporate Profits Hit a New Record as GDP Growth Is Revised Higher

Revised estimates show the U.S. economy grew at a 4.2 percent annual rate in the second quarter while after-tax profits rose 3.7 percent to a record $1,968.5 billion at an annual rate.

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greenstamps
Jeffrey Tucker

Green Stamps and the Long History of Other Money-Like Things

Money is not just what the government says it is. The market has been struggling to create alternatives for a very long time.

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interestrate
Richard M. Ebeling

Interest Rates Need to Tell the Truth

Should it be the business of any central bank to be targeting or setting interest rates, or should this be the business of the market forces of supply and demand, as with any other price in the economy?

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