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Max Raskin

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Max Raskin is a journalist living in New York City.

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How Government Ruined American Sodas

Corporate WelfareHealthInterventionism


Under a system of tariffs, subsidies, and restrictions, we get companies like Coke and Pepsi producing collectivist drinks for the masses.

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Jonesin' for a Soda

Free MarketsInterventionism

05/22/2012Mises Daily Articles
Those who have drunk foreign sodas know that American soda is awful. Why?
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Two Cents on the Penny

The FedMoney and BanksInterventionism

04/21/2008Mises Daily Articles
Instead of decrying the penny, economists should recognize its potential to combat government inflation and advocate a return to an even harder currency. Coins may be expensive for the government to make, but this ensures that our money retains some value, regardless of what the...
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What is Seen and Unseen on the Gulf Coast

The EnvironmentFree MarketsInterventionism

09/13/2007Mises Daily Articles
We would see entrepreneurs seeking profit by providing the poorest people of New Orleans with affordable housing. We would see economical levees built. And best of all, we wouldn't see FEMA.
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What's Wrong With American Sodas?

U.S. EconomyInterventionism

09/01/2007The Free Market
Whenever the public doesn’t get what it wants and consumer demand is subservient to corporate interest, the most likely culprit is government policy. On the free market, consumers drive production, whereas under a system of protectionist corporatism, politicians and bureaucrats guide the market.


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