Some Links

by Don Boudreaux on May 3, 2011

in Current Affairs, Financial Markets, Politics, Population, Regulation, Subsidies, Taxes, Terrorism, Video, War, Work

Herein is yet another reason why ancient Rome was not home to the industrial revolution.

Piyali Bhattacharya explains seven reasons to oppose tax increases.

The always-deeply-insightful Jim DeLong astutely explains that the Tea Partiers are generally more ethical than are the rogues and bandits on Capitol Hill and in the White House (and elsewhere in political-power places).

My good friend Wayne Crews of the Competitive Enterprise Institute asks how much regulation is enough.

The great Bob Higgs on what does not make a nation great.

University of Illinois law professor Larry Ribstein, over at Truth on the Market, exposes the myth of government protection of financial markets.

Mark Perry always entertains and enlightens when he edits a politician’s or a pundit’s economics-challenged or hypocritical prose.

Finally, my brilliant younger colleague Bryan Caplan has the lead essay at this month’s Cato Unbound.  Bryan is unfailingly worth reading, and carefully so.


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