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Ignorance Is More Costly In Politics Than In Markets

Submitted by Gary Galles via The Mises Institute, For months, I have seen articles about the massive economic ignorance infesting candidates’ views and how they would “fix” what they think are the nation's problems. They essentially say that neither candidate knows enough to pass an economics principles course, much less enough to advance Americans’ general welfare. I cannot disagree.
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