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January 07, 2013

"What if charities fail to provide for the poor?"

Spend two and a quarter minutes watching Richard Epstein doing his magnificent thing


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Terry Pratt

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?

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