Tag Archives: Free Markets

Keep the Bush Cuts?

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Blunt Words from Richard Epstein

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Why Market Failure?

John Allison enlightens. h/t Lockerroom.

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Stephen Moore Speaks in Wheeling

I finally found the file from Stephen Moore’s talk at the Fort Henry Club in Wheeling.  Enjoy! Stephen Moore from BBT Economics on Vimeo.The Wall Street Journal editor speaks to the Wheeling community at the Fort Henry Club.

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Germany & Free Markets

In the WSJ, from a George Mason prof, how Germany came out of the post WW2 economic slump: Fortunately for ordinary Germans, Erhard—who became director of the economic administration for the U.K.-U.S. occupation Bizone in April 1948—thought otherwise. A currency … Continue reading

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The Founders, Property, and Federalist #10

One of my former students writes an excellent piece at Heritage, noting this piece by Thomas G. West, on the Founders and their dedication to free markets. This issue came up for a brief moment today in my American Government … Continue reading

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Vaclav Havel on Economics in Czech Republic

As noted here, Vaclav Havel had this to say, while drinking a scotch: The government has embraced an arrogant ideology. They claim to know the key to prosperity. It’s analogous to communism. They thought the same thing. The clever ones … Continue reading

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