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by Don Boudreaux on September 8, 2016

in Civil Society, Crony Capitalism, Health, History, Legal Issues, Monetary Policy, Regulation, Subsidies, Trade

Just how dangerous is pharmaceutical regulation in the United States?  David Henderson applauds Scott Alexander’s economically informed effort to answer this question.

George Selgin asks if the Fed violates the law.

Also over at Alt-M, my colleague Larry White accurately exposes the myth that Alexander Hamilton was a profound economic policy analyst.

The Cato Institute’s Michael Cannon reveals just how convoluted and unjust is Obamacare.

Charles Hughes reports on a bipartisan effort to fully restore that great geyser of cronyism, the U.S. Export-Import Bank.

Speaking of government of the people by the politically powerful, Bob Higgs outlines the three basic means that ruling elites use to maintain their power.

Here’s the conclusion to Steve Horwitz’s latest column for FEE:

Unions and government didn’t humanize capitalism. Capitalism created the conditions that enabled more of us to live truly human lives.


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