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Bill Shughart remembers the great Fred McChesney.  David Henderson also remember Fred. Here’s an op-ed that Fred had two years ago in the Washington Post; it showcases Fred’s scholarly creativity and insightfulness. Inu Manak is right to call on everyone simply to cool it on protectionism. Gary Wolfram explains the solid case against prohibitions on so-called “price gouging.” Shikha Dalmia rightly scolds Trumpian nativists. Bryan Caplan reflects on his recent debate on immigration. Nicolas Cachanosky warns of the danger of populism. Brittany Hunter correctly points out that technology is no friend of monopolists or of monopolist wannabes. Richard Epstein explores efforts to make health care in America great again. Sheldon Richman ponders the state of freedom in America today. In my

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Bill Shughart remembers the great Fred McChesney.  David Henderson also remember Fred.

Here’s an op-ed that Fred had two years ago in the Washington Post; it showcases Fred’s scholarly creativity and insightfulness.

Inu Manak is right to call on everyone simply to cool it on protectionism.

Gary Wolfram explains the solid case against prohibitions on so-called “price gouging.

Shikha Dalmia rightly scolds Trumpian nativists.

Bryan Caplan reflects on his recent debate on immigration.

Nicolas Cachanosky warns of the danger of populism.

Brittany Hunter correctly points out that technology is no friend of monopolists or of monopolist wannabes.

Richard Epstein explores efforts to make health care in America great again.

Sheldon Richman ponders the state of freedom in America today.

In my latest column in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review I emphasize the unpopular but indisputably correct reality that a society with mass prosperity cannot also be a society with security in particular jobs.

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He is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Previously, he was president of the Foundation for Economic Education.

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