Tag Archives: Free Trade

Welcome to the Ghetto

By Nathan Barton Today, the word “ghetto” has really bad connotations.  It refers to slums where the vast majority of residents are black,  living in these inner-city neighborhoods of rotting buildings and utilities, crime, and neglect.  (See also “barrio” and … Continue reading

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Technology and Old-Fashioned Ways

Libertarian Commentary #16-05B By Nathan Barton I am a very strong believer in human creativity and science: real, theoretical and practical science, not the Soviet-style political (politically tainted) science we find in government agencies, universities, and “foundations” associated with government. … Continue reading

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Libertarian Commentary on the News, #13-49B: Free Trade, Tranzis, and Culture Wars

Trade is the most basic of human activities outside the family:  I have something that you want, and you have something that I want.  We each know how MUCH we want, so voluntarily, and without any real coercion (unless the … Continue reading

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