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Selling the Argument

Building Consensus: Constructing the Argument On Demand Look at the argument, for example, that businesses create jobs. Hillary Clinton said not to believe anybody that says businesses create jobs. Robert Reich tells us demand creates jobs, and Mrs. Clinton agrees, … Continue reading

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Conforming Hypotheses

Capitalism intends to annihilate the probable risk of the social contract–the need for government protection. Existing typically in the form of regulatory authority, the sovereign power of state effectively authors the risk, defining the limits of liability. In a recent … Continue reading

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Product Hopping

In a recent article, Robert Reich says the reason pharmaceuticals are so expensive in America, and their profits so big, is because “we let it.” Reich identifies “product hopping” as a primary cause of high, pharmaceutical prices. When a patent … Continue reading

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Banking with a Happy Face

My! That sounds extra nice, doesn’t it? Downright benevolent isn’t it!…brought to you by the “makers” of an economy-of-scale efficiency and distributed by “building out” the detriment that forces you through the doors that greet you with a happy face. … Continue reading

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