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Is democracy a superior substitute for free markets? Jedediah Purdy believes so. David Gordon sets him straight.
Cronyism and CorporatismDemocracyU.S. History
Like many modern "conservatives," F.H. Buckley believes that America's future is conservative governance with a helping of government intervention, tariffs, and regulation.
Bureaucracy and RegulationDemocracyEconomic FreedomSocialism
Once wealthy Argentina has suffered under one interventionist regime after another for nearly a century. What are the prospects for changing things for the better?
Bureaucracy and RegulationCapitalismCronyism and CorporatismDemocracyLaw
The New York Times claims that the "administrative state"—that is, governance by unelected bureaucrats—protects our country and enhances democracy.
AntipoliticsDemocracyProtectionism and Free Trade
Since the 1940s, failed statist schemes have dragged Argentina into poverty. Javier Milei, who is gaining popularity there, hopes to change his nation's sad history.
Although social media is blamed for many social ills, the sickness doesn't come from Twitter or Facebook but from how the ruling classes have politicized life itself.
AntipoliticsDecentralization and SecessionDemocracy
The Mauritius government still denies Chagossians independence, continuing colonial policies.
AntipoliticsDemocracyLibertarianismThe Police State
Economic libertarianism, with its sole focus on government budgets and taxation, is a highly limiting political strategy. Libertarians should proceed as enemies of the state.
AntipoliticsDemocracyThe Police StateU.S. History
Since the state is incorrigible and incapable of being reformed, perhaps the best way to deal with government predations is to boycott the elections.
Florida's anticensorship law is being boosted as a defense of free speech. In reality, it turns the First Amendment upside down.