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Posted By Don Boudreaux On December 12, 2010 @ 11:26 am In Balance of Payments,Complexity & Emergence,Foreign Aid,Health,Inequality,Monetary Policy,Other People's Money,Reality Is Not Optional,Seen and Unseen,Standard of Living,Taxes | Comments Disabled

Here’s Frederic Bastiat’s great essay on “The Balance of Payments [1]” – the essay in which Bastiat uses the reductio ad absurdum of sinking export-bearing cargo ships in the middle of the ocean.

Bill Easterly’s take (in today’s Washington Post) on John Lennon’s politics [2] is far more developed and insightful than my own take [3].  (Speaking of the late, great Beatle, Russ shares with me this essay [4] whose author argues persuasively that Lennon abandoned much of his jejune statism before he was killed – although, thankfully, not his opposition to war.)

I especially love (truly) the quotation from Sen. Judd Gregg in today’s column by Jeff Jacoby [5].

Tibor Machan is disgusted at envy of the rich [6].

Here’s Sven Wilson explain the extraordinariness of everyday life in modern market-oriented society [7].

In today’s New York Times, Tyler Cowen explains some unfortunate (unintended?) consequences of Obamacare [8].

Arnold Kling is no fan of monetary-disequilibrium theory [9].

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[1] Here’s Frederic Bastiat’s great essay on “The Balance of Payments: http://www.econlib.org/library/Bastiat/basSoph2.html#S.1,%20Ch.6,%20The%20Balance%20of%20Trade

[2] Bill Easterly’s take (in today’s Washington Post) on John Lennon’s politics: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/12/09/AR2010120904262.html

[3] my own take: http://cafehayek.com/2010/12/john-lennon.html

[4] this essay: http://www.amconmag.com/blog/stop-imagining/

[5] I especially love (truly) the quotation from Sen. Judd Gregg in today’s column by Jeff Jacoby: http://www.jeffjacoby.com/8452/why-do-the-liberals-rage

[6] Tibor Machan is disgusted at envy of the rich: http://tibikem.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!B2FD693F4B9A5746!2377.entry

[7] Here’s Sven Wilson explain the extraordinariness of everyday life in modern market-oriented society: http://pileusblog.wordpress.com/2010/12/01/just-another-ordinary-amazing-day/

[8] In today’s New York Times, Tyler Cowen explains some unfortunate (unintended?) consequences of Obamacare: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/12/business/12view.html?_r=2&ref=businessv

[9] Arnold Kling is no fan of monetary-disequilibrium theory: http://econlog.econlib.org/archives/2010/12/a_rant_against.html

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