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If we want to understand the numbers behind the need to "flatten the curve," we must look at how government programs like Medicare have reduced hospital capacity in recent decades.
Bureaucracy and RegulationEconomic Freedom
Leonard Read has explained how so many Americans arrived at the clearly false notion that a government post office is necessary.
Philosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory
Is democracy a vehicle for the peaceful transfer of power out of the hands of an unpopular government? Are ballots a substitute for bullets?
U.S. HistoryPolitical Theory
As Ronald Hamowy put it, Cato's Letters is “unmatched for its breadth and vigor in the literature of the period.”
Media and CulturePhilosophy and Methodology
One of the standard criticisms of the free market point of view is that it treats individuals as isolated atoms who view other people only as means to the pursuit of their selfish ends.
Like it or not, libertarians have divided themselves along left-right lines. Here's a brief explanation.
Big GovernmentCentral BanksTaxes and Spending
The “cure” to the current crisis that is forced upon all Europeans now is not just worse than the disease; it is the disease.
Philosophy and Methodology
The political theorist Douglas W. Rae argues that to get the advantages of Hayekian freedom, everybody should be guaranteed a minimum amount of resources so that they can fully participate in the market.