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Posted by Craig on 05:51:00 AM in Economics
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Great work, Dr Epstein, but if 'you can't cherrypick one issue to the exclusion of others', why stop with healthcare?
Why shouldn't government get out of the housing regulation business? I want to buy a home - I consider it crucial to the long-tern financial security of low earners - and have calculated that I cannot afford to buy more house than a 400-sf house nn a 2,500-sf land parcel. But government, in its wisdom, says the private sector cannot lawfully sell me a residence that small; thereby keeping me in rent slavery and consequently without wealth.
Where are the free market advocated when I need them?
Terry Pratt |
January 09, 2013 at 12:55 PM
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