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Insight from Sheldon Richman

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In two short Facebook posts Sheldon Richman conveys more insight and wisdom than is today found in any randomly chosen selection of 1,000,001 op-eds, columns, editorials, blogposts, tweets, and speeches. Here: How interesting that the people most worried about Trump’s authoritarian personality demand draconian government responses to the pandemic. And here: Lockdown doesn’t cripple “the economy.” It cripples people who are trying to live. Hear! Hear! Comments

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In two short Facebook posts Sheldon Richman conveys more insight and wisdom than is today found in any randomly chosen selection of 1,000,001 op-eds, columns, editorials, blogposts, tweets, and speeches.

Here:

How interesting that the people most worried about Trump’s authoritarian personality demand draconian government responses to the pandemic.

And here:

Lockdown doesn’t cripple “the economy.” It cripples people who are trying to live.

Hear! Hear!

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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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