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11/19/2006

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The appeal to Friedman of the flat tax was based again on his confidence that individuals react to incentives, and that they take steps to further their interests.

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Sagar

I've spent years trying to move the Republicans from indsie, and I've just about given up. Why was Milton Friedman a Republican? Well, because for years the snide theory has been that all Libertarians are just Republicans who want to smoke pot.We have a really hard time convincing people that we are a legitimate school of governmental thought. I'm thrilled to see Libertarians become more visible. I know it'll take a few years, but I'm betting we'll be more and more of an actual force to be reckoned with.

Khethellyn

I have yet to read a paper by Selgin that I have not found both interesting and ehngiltening. It is very interesting the turnaround made by Friedman after 1982 as he began to lose faith that central banks would continue to follow rules rather than discretion.I also find it interesting in light of the recent post you had on Selgin's comment that Bernanke doesn't understand the NGDP is not a tool to be used, but is rather the thing that central banks should be trying to stabilize. In Friedman's 1982 paper, he makes some reference to how this would help to stabilize NGDP, showing that at least on some level Friedman understood what Bernanke does not.

Jamshid

dit :Pourtant, les grandes nnitoas donnent plusd e cre9dit e0 Keynes qu’e0 Friedman. Je trouve e9trange, et pour moi il ne suffit pas de dire que les politiciens sont des cre9tins. Mesemble que si les ide9es de Friedman fonctionnaient, ca se saurait.Les politiciens n'aiment pas Friedman car la mise en application des principes de Friedman re9duit le pouvoir des politiciens.Les principes de Keynes donnent du pouvoir au politicien qui en sont accros.

Leonardo

was that he would abolish the Fed but that was not rreucntly possible. That could have been a long held position. He also had a plan to replace it with Treasury actions. Bagehot had a similar view. For that matter, so do I. But, in the current circumstances, it seems reasonable to focus on real possibilities that would make Monetary Policy better now.

Salman

The piece is not really mknaig a constitutional argument. Essentially, what they are arguing is that in an emergency, the President may suspend portions of the Constitution. As a factual or political statement, they are no doubt correct. As an example, witness who now makes the decision to go to war. However, it is unfortunate, that action of this type is advocated by those who should uphold the rule of law, because as a Constitutional argument it is utterly without merit.

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