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  1. What's more important: equality or freedom?

    Thinking of Friedman here.

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    • Why is it so difficult to debate with socialists? Request everyday arguments like principles.

      I wanted some inputs from you on how to debate the socialists. What are those basic 7 or 8 or 10 or 13 points where they always go wrong. Something like principles which could be abstracted. For example they always go wrong in assuming that things can be planned which can be squashed by speaking to them of disasters, diseases which come unplanned. Of course they still argue that "govt can make allocation" but immediately they know (and they also know that their audience knows) that they have started treading on thin ice. One more thing for example which I…

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      • 4 votes
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        • The proper role of governments in environmental international commons problems, including climate change and ocean acidification.

          Would like to hear more about how economics can advise on solutions to international environmental commons problems.

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          • How do you get to a smaller goverment now that you have a big government ? Topic for Professor Boudveaux

            Do you not now need a strong government to get to a small government. It seems like a catch 22 to me. Do we have to wait for a black swan?

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            • have you considered using EVERYDAY PEOPLE to make the points in EVERYDAY ECONOMICS ?

              have you considered using EVERYDAY PEOPLE to make your points in EVERYDAY ECONOMICS , for example , a great many
              man (woman) in the street LESSONS ?

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              • SHARK TANK U - an outline of the steps to take FROM IDEA TO WE' RE KING OF THE HILL , SO PAY ATTENTION !

                SHARK TANK U - an outline of the steps it takes to go from IDEA TO
                WE'RE KING OF THE HILL , HERE'S HOW WE DID IT , SO PAY
                ATTENTION !

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                • How war effects on the countries

                  knowing the economical reasons that makes a country attacks another country

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                  • Why isn't healthcare in America treated as a public good?

                    All other developed nations have universal health care, paid for through a variety of methods. I understand the accident of history that caused the healthcare system to become essentially a bargaining chip for the unions, but now we have so fewer unions. So why do Americans put up with such a dysfunctional system, now rapid moving towards "cost sharing" which will only serve to bankrupt more and more individuals?

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