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Euvoluntary Exchange

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Exchange is always a balance between non-worseness and euvoluntarity. A subject that Matt Zwolinski has also discussed, as I point out…. Also, Post v. Jones is an excellent case to use when you are teaching. Published on: June 26, 2019June 26, 2019Author: Mike Munger

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Exchange is always a balance between non-worseness and euvoluntarity. A subject that Matt Zwolinski has also discussed, as I point out…. Also, Post v. Jones is an excellent case to use when you are teaching.

Mike Munger
Munger has made education a centerpiece of his gubernatorial campaign, saying that allowing more charter schools is the first thing he would do: "Rich people have choices now. I want everyone to have a choice." He would give $1,500 education vouchers to low-income students in the poorest 40 counties of North Carolina; since most would stay in public school, this would have the effect of increasing aid to poor schools.

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