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Hayek on deficits and the Reagan tax cuts

F. A. Hayek interviewed by the NY Times, Dec. 1, 1982: “On the scale on which [tax cutting] is being tried, I’m a little apprehensive.  I’m all for reduction of government expenditures but to anticipate it by reducing the rate … Continue reading

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blogs: Stacy McCain Is Taking This “Public Intellectual” Thing

And running with it.  McCain explains why “Reaganism” without Hayek and Mises is not really Reagan. Money quote: if you haven’t read Hayek and Mises and the other economic thinkers who influenced Reagan, you are missing a fundamental cornerstone of … Continue reading

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