Robert Higgs on War, Taxes and Economic Crises
By David J. Theroux • Friday February 27, 2009 12:52 PM PST •
With Barack Obama’s delusional belief in massive expansions in government spending and power as a means to overcome the economic recession and create human welfare, Senior Fellow Robert Higgs‘s discussion on war, taxes and economic crises could not be more timely and instructive. Dr. Higgs is the author of the award-winning Institute book Depression, War, and Cold War, and his presentation was made before a January conference of the Mises Circle in Houston.
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