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November 2, 2020
Robert Hughes

ISM Manufacturing Survey Posts Strong Results in October

“The ISM Manufacturing survey suggests the sector is recovering strongly from government lockdowns, though some recent strength may be related to stockpiling ahead of potential new lockdowns.” – Robert Hughes

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Jeffrey Tucker

Death by Lockdown

“We attempted to intimidate a virus with PhDs and political power, hoping that it would shrivel and die, and in so doing dramatically disabled human freedom and social functioning. What do we have to show for it? Massive carnage, and a virus that is still with us.” ~ Jeffrey A. Tucker

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Donald J. Boudreaux

Covid Collectivism

“This deeply illiberal collectivist ideology thrives on irrational fear brought on by unusually poor information. And it refuses to acknowledge that Covid-19’s dangers, while indeed real, are not as great as suggested by daily screaming headlines, and are heavily confined to infirm groups on whom preventive attention should be, but isn’t, focused. It’s time for a revolt against Covid collectivism.” ~ Donald J. Boudreaux

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Deirdre McCloskey

Not the “Entrepreneurial State”

“Mazzucato describes herself as a fighter in a ‘discursive battle.’ Indeed. But if she wins the ‘battle’ in people’s minds about how innovation and markets work, we will retreat from the Great Enrichment, 1800 to the present, and the bettering of the wretched of the earth. Let’s not.” ~ “Deirdre Nansen McCloskey & Alberto Mingardi

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Phillip W. Magness

So Much for the “Strawman” of Lockdowns

“Similar returns to lockdown are being actively discussed at the national level across Europe, and on a regional basis in the United States. The much-derided ‘straw man’ of renewed lockdowns, it would appear, has already sprung to life.” ~ Phillip W. Magness

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