“I love it! It’s the greatest thing in the world!” I’ll sometimes say, twirling around in a new dress. “Or wait, do I hate it?” For the majority of my adult life I’ve been plagued by indecision and inattention, two of the most common problems known to 21st century man. 590 more words
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This essay was authored by Gary Galles, and it is republished here with permission from the Ludwig von Mises Institute.
Many of our present economic difficulties, while blamed by politicians on freedom and markets, are in fact the long-run effects of government policies emphasizing short-run, visible benefits that mask hidden or delayed costs. 854 more words
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