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Jeffrey Tucker wisely counsels that to fight hate, celebrate capitalism. Jeff Jacoby exposes the fallacies that lead people to believe that human population growth is a scourge. While I disagree with some parts of this Hill essay by AEI’s Desmond Lachman, it’s very much worth a read. And here’s Eric Boehm on more of the idiocy of Trump’s protectionism. Pierre Lemieux examines through Adam Smithian lenses Trump’s cavalier assertion about trade wars. The great Richard Vedder offers yet more wisdom about higher eduction. Elaine Schwartz has good news about America’s shrinking middle class. George Will awaits the winnowing. Comments

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Jeffrey Tucker wisely counsels that to fight hate, celebrate capitalism.

Jeff Jacoby exposes the fallacies that lead people to believe that human population growth is a scourge.

While I disagree with some parts of this Hill essay by AEI’s Desmond Lachman, it’s very much worth a read.

And here’s Eric Boehm on more of the idiocy of Trump’s protectionism.

Pierre Lemieux examines through Adam Smithian lenses Trump’s cavalier assertion about trade wars.

The great Richard Vedder offers yet more wisdom about higher eduction.

Elaine Schwartz has good news about America’s shrinking middle class.

George Will awaits the winnowing.

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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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