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Schumpeter sagely foresaw today’s anti-capitalist class

Special interests increasingly use government to lessen competition and secure favours at taxpayer expense.

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Businessmen who preach ‘corporate social responsibility’ pave the road to socialism

Societies where free enterprise prevails have the highest standards of living.

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Mayonnaise is for spreading on sandwiches, not spreading socialism

The goals of "stakeholder" capitalism include environmental concerns such as protecting forests.

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Stakeholder capitalism and ESG—the road to socialism

Businesses can only succeed by benefiting their customers—unless granted special treatment by government.

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The Death of Capitalism—Schumpeter’s prognosis coming true

In a system of crony capitalism, firms and individuals compete for government favours rather than consumer dollars.

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Why Rice plays Texas, the moon shot and a very big public good

The moon project was very much a public good.

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Bombardier has seemingly given millions of taxpayer dollars to executives—while his company struggles to remain profitable.

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China’s cheerleading for international trade is juxtaposed with squeamishness about free trade from the new president of the United States.