Articles by Max Gulker
Throughout the vast majority of human history medical technology was so rudimentary that almost nobody had to face the choice between employing significant resources to prolong their life or using them for something else.
At best, the trade war promised to help those people at the expense of everyone else. In reality, we’re all so connected that such a destructive policy is bound to harm everyone.
With a few rules the decision of what and when to eat moves to the slower, smarter part of our brains.
Should Senator Warren or others choose to apply a decades-old rulebook to split up or regulate Amazon and Google, their lack of innovation risks costing consumers dearly.