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Upholding Our Birthright of Economic Freedom

Posted By Anthony B. Kim On April 14, 2010 @ 3:00 pm In Economics | Comments Disabled

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Professor Stephen Bainbridge [2], who is the William D. Warren Professor of Law at UCLA, shares the following insight on economic freedom:

I’m happy to acknowledge that the free market economy has produced profound blessings. But I’m not willing to swap my birthright of economic freedom for a “PDA” (how technologically quaint). Nor am I willing to stand by without protest while ever larger chunks of the American economy are turned over to the Obamabots–the very definition of “Social Engineers, who seek to adjust mankind to conform with scientific utopias.” After all, if we rely today on government to provide us with bread and circuses, what will we rely on government to provide tomorrow?

Readhis entire post Swapping their Birthright of Freedom for an iPad [3], here [3].


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[3] Swapping their Birthright of Freedom for an iPad: http://www.professorbainbridge.com/professorbainbridgecom/2010/04/swapping-their-birthright-of-freedom-for-an-ipad.html

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