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… is from philosopher Doug Den Uyl’s excellent September 9th, 2019, essay, “A Stake in the Heart of Capitalism”: However badly the state may often be at general impartiality, such impartiality towards all is nonetheless the government’s function. The capitalist, by contrast, is a private “person” pursuing private ends. To conflate or merge the two can only result in the obliteration of the private portion and thus of the essence of capitalism. Comments

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… is from philosopher Doug Den Uyl’s excellent September 9th, 2019, essay, “A Stake in the Heart of Capitalism”:

Bonus Quotation of the Day…However badly the state may often be at general impartiality, such impartiality towards all is nonetheless the government’s function. The capitalist, by contrast, is a private “person” pursuing private ends. To conflate or merge the two can only result in the obliteration of the private portion and thus of the essence of capitalism.

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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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