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Fred Buzzeo

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Fred Buzzeo is a real-estate developer and a consultant to small property owners in the New York City area. He resides with his wife and two sons in the Town of Oyster Bay, (Long Island), NY. During the 1990s, he held executive positions in city municipal government.  It is during this employment that he saw firsthand the pitfalls of government intervention and regulation.

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Small Business and the Jobless Recovery

U.S. EconomyInterventionism

07/04/2011Mises Daily Articles
If the financial position of small business does not improve, neither will the employment picture.
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To Tax Is to Destroy

Legal SystemTaxes and SpendingInterventionism

04/28/2011Mises Daily Articles
If you are a wealthy person, beware. The estate tax will destroy what you have created through your hard work and diligence. Unless you have spent a small fortune on financial planners, accountants, and tax attorneys, the fruits of your labor may be enjoyed by the government.
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The Allure of Real Estate

Free MarketsInterventionism

01/12/2011Mises Daily Articles
Most people are attracted to real estate because they perceive it to be a high-powered game. They envision building empires the way that most of us have done on the Monopoly board. People like real estate because it is a sexy investment.
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Job Creation and Other Economic Myths

The FedInterventionismMonetary TheoryOther Schools of Thought

12/27/2010Mises Daily Articles
As a developer, I do not hire an employee before I have conceived of a construction activity that will earn me a decent return. I hire an employee when I have a productive need for his services.
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A Free-Market Operative in the Bowels of Bureaucracy

Big GovernmentThe FedFinancial MarketsLegal SystemInterventionismMonetary TheoryMoney and BankingMonopoly and CompetitionPolitical Theory

11/11/2009Mises Daily Articles
Eventually, every aspect of productive life will be so controlled that capitalist drive and ingenuity will become relics of the past.
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