The Evil Consequences of Rigging the System
Income inequality matters. Let me say that again so you know I meant it: Income inequality matters. This statement may be surprising coming from a self-described “Austrian” economist and a “liberal” in the good old-fashioned pro-market sense. It shouldn’t be. It should be one of our issues. The surprise should be that we pro-market types have [...] View the full post at: The Evil Consequences of Rigging the System Related posts: Unintended Consequences of Swine Flu Panic Preferences for Redistribution: The Crisis, Reduced Inequality, and Soak-the-Rich Populism Average U.S. Tax Burden at 40-Year Low
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