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Eric Weinstein on economics

I found my way to what he wrote a couple years ago. So long as public goods make up a minority of a market economy, taxes on non-public goods can be used to pay for the exception where price and … Continue reading

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Dave Rubin and the Weinstein Brothers

They talk for almost three hours, and you have to hang with it until the end to hear my three-axes model invoked by Eric Weinstein. His point is that libertarians will not be helpful if they (we?) deny that sometimes … Continue reading

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