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You don't coerce or injure others. Why can politicians do it?

Must political reforms be corrupt or doomed to fail or both?

Without corruption, politicians couldn’t get much done

Why political cronyism and failure are neither incidental nor accidental Retweet

All human institutions suffer from occasional corruption. But is The State constructed to guarantee corruption? We think it is. Even its constant reforms will bring more cronyism and greater failure. It’s no accident. You can read our reasons in our latest Mental Lever, mini-article.

Is corruption an accidental byproduct of statism?
By Perry Willis & Jim Babka

By: Perry Willis

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