by Don Boudreaux on July 4, 2010
in Books, Complexity & Emergence, Debt and Deficits, Economics, Energy, Environment, Food and Drink, Reality Is Not Optional, Regulation, Video
Steve Landsburg rightly celebrates David Friedman’s great – truly great – book, The Machinery of Freedom.
Bob Higgs instructs us on one of the keystones of economics as well as of reality: trade-offs.
Clay Broga offers yet another effective short video – this one on government debt, economic growth, and job creation.
Carpe Diem’s Mark Perry offers yet further empirical evidence that “just being alive today in America, you’ve already ‘won the lottery of life.'”
Mario Rizzo highlights an important lesson from Herbert Spencer.
Finally, Megan McArdle likes this observation from Katherine Mangu-Ward; so do I.
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