Monthly Archives: December 2012

Income Redistribution & the Agrarian Law

As fiscal cliff talks continue, the debate over income redistribution rages on. There are two cases to be made for a redistributionist settlement: one economic, one political. The economic case for redistribution is that America’s service-based economy works better with … Continue reading

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American Demographic Decline

Ross Douthat and Megan McCardle have columns out this week on demographic decline in America. They’re responding to both short- and long-term declines in American fertility, though not overall population growth. Generally I think that McCardle is more on the … Continue reading

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