Alan Reynolds is one of the original supply-side economists. He is Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute and was formerly Director of Economic Research at the Hudson Institute.
Regardless of federal, state, or local laws, the actual minimum wage is always zero.
The deep recession and slow recovery explain what happened to manufacturing jobs over the last ten years, not foreign trade.
Marx saw the problem with redistribution that Ricardo and Mill ignored.
One rule requires drivers use less fuel, and another requires that they consume twice as much ethanol.
If the goal is to shrink GDP, steeply progressive tax rates certainly accomplish that.
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