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James Talocka

James Talocka is studying economics at George Mason University and is the president of the George Mason Economics Society.

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Why Americans Abandoned Smuggling in Favor of Lobbying and Welfare

U.S. History

01/28/2021Mises Media
Colonial America was a society of smugglers and scofflaws who regarded government regulations as worthy of contempt. Twenty-first century America is quite different.
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Why Americans Abandoned Smuggling in Favor of Lobbying and Welfare

U.S. History

Blog01/23/2021

Colonial America was a society of smugglers and scofflaws who regarded government regulations as worthy of contempt. Twenty-first century America is quite different. 

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Corporatism: Influential Farmers in India Oppose Profreedom Agricultural Reforms

Bureaucracy and RegulationCorporate WelfarePrice Controls

01/13/2021Mises Media
The silent majority is the one that benefits from recent agricultural reforms, but mounting pressure from the vocal minority has prompted the government to once again increase government meddling.
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Corporatism: Influential Farmers in India Oppose Profreedom Agricultural Reforms

Bureaucracy and RegulationCorporate WelfarePrice Controls

Blog01/09/2021

The silent majority is the one that benefits from recent agricultural reforms, but mounting pressure from the vocal minority has prompted the government to once again increase government meddling. 

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Big Tech and the Sovereign Consumer

12/19/2020Mises Media
Both the Senate hearings on “Big Tech” companies and the Department of Justice (DOJ) lawsuit against Google amplify popular misunderstandings of what drives competition in the market for information.
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