Thankful for the Invisible Hand

by Don Boudreaux on November 26, 2010

in Complexity & Emergence, Growth, Seen and Unseen, Standard of Living

The Boston Globe‘s Jeff Jacoby is thankful for the invisible hand.  And rightly and correctly so.

Jeff’s column fits nicely with a note that I received this morning from a friend in South Korea:

I just saw some headlines from the U.S. about consumers standing in line for great prices.

If not for government tariffs, and general political meddling into the economy, every day could be Black Friday for consumers–without the long lines.

Yup!

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