Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Collective Costs

Cafe Hayek explains why people are willing to advocate silly ideas if the cost is not borne by them, but by society and the government. In a society where feeling good is the only test of somethings merit or virtue, there is no cost too high for the thrill of "doing good."


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