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October 13, 2020 20:12

About fifteen years ago, we produced a report entitled, Small is Beautiful, Big is Subsidized. The title really says it all. Vast amounts of taxpayers money are spent on providing the infrastructure required for the global economy the roads, the airports, the telecommunications

October 13, 2020 20:12

About fifteen years ago, we produced a report entitled, Small is Beautiful, Big is Subsidized. The title really says it all. Vast amounts of taxpayers money are spent on providing the infrastructure required for the global economy the roads, the airports, the telecommunications

October 13, 2020 20:11

While these practices enrich the businesses that operate on a global level, they are largely irrelevant to the needs of the local grocery store. What is more, they lead directly and inevitably to increases in both pollution and unemployment.

October 13, 2020 20:11

While these practices enrich the businesses that operate on a global level, they are largely irrelevant to the needs of the local grocery store. What is more, they lead directly and inevitably to increases in both pollution and unemployment.

October 13, 2020 20:11

While these practices enrich the businesses that operate on a global level, they are largely irrelevant to the needs of the local grocery store. What is more, they lead directly and inevitably to increases in both pollution and unemployment.

October 13, 2020 20:10

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 13, 2020 20:10

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 13, 2020 20:09

Taxes and subsidies tilt the playing field still further. Across the world, prohibitive taxes on labour and heavy subsidies for energy and technology have the effect of encouraging both an increasing use of high technology and an outsourcing of employment to parts of the world where labour is still relatively cheap.

October 13, 2020 20:08

and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.

October 13, 2020 20:08

and the long-distance transport of poultry entails the risk of spoilage. When you reduce the scale of such an operation right down to the level of the family farm, these risks all but disappear. And yet a small farmer with a few dozen free-range chickens is likely to be subject to essentially the same regulations, often raising costs to levels that can make it impossible to remain in business.