The Empirical Case for a Much Smaller Public Sector
February 22, 2015 1 Comment
As a fiscal policy economist who believes in individual liberty and personal responsibility, I have two goals.
Needless to say, I haven’t been doing a great job. The tax code seems to get worse every year, and even though we’ve made some progress in recent years on spending, the long-run outlook is still very grim because there’s hasn’t been genuine entitlement reform.
But I continue with my Sisyphean task. And part of my efforts include educating people about the Rahn Curve, which is sort of the spending version
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