New York Times Admits I’m Right about Government Failure, but . . . . A Cautionary Tale for Classical Liberals »
Over at the New York Times Robb Mandelbaum notes how the Small Business Administration has caved to political pressures and once again made the definition of “small” business so broad as to include virtually every firm in the economy. This was a key theme of two books I wrote in 1996 and 2001, including...
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