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Jim Fedako

Jim Fedako, a business analyst and homeschooling father of seven, lives in the wilds of suburban Columbus.
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Health Care and the Candy Store Called Socialism

Audio/VideoMay 23, 2014
In socialist countries of old, it was easy to find cookies and candies in state-owned stores while fresh meat and bread was rare, writes Jim Fedako. This audio Mises Daily is narrated by Joe Kohlhaas.

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Health Care and the Candy Store Called Socialism

Mises DailyMay 8, 2014
In socialist countries of old, it was easy to find cookies and candies in state-owned stores while fresh meat and bread was rare.

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The Logical Progression of "Public Accomodation"

Mises DailyApril 21, 2014
One implication of a positive right to service from a business is the derivative positive right to quality service.

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If I Must Sell, You Must Buy

Mises DailyMarch 15, 2014
If I were a business owner, must I sell to you? If yes, you must balance that requirement with your obligation to buy from me.

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Planning an Economy Is Not Elementary

Mises DailyMarch 6, 2014
Substituting happiness and good-will perceptions for prices is no solution at all.

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