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Philip Booth
25 September 2008
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It is always disappointing when Bishops follow the mob rather than trying to lead their flock. The Archbishop of York joined in the name calling yesterday. Today, in the Spectator, the...
Philip Booth
8 September 2008
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Many of us have long argued that the welfare state underwrites irresponsible behaviour and crowds out the institutions that could have provided schools, hospitals and social insurances privately....
Peter T. Leeson
3 September 2008
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The idea that markets need government is as old as government itself. Even Milton Friedman believed this was true. As he put it: “government is essential both as a forum for determining the...
Richard A. Epstein
1 September 2008
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Competition law (which travels under the name antitrust in the United States) rests on the proposition that the most efficient allocation of goods and services takes place within the framework of a...