Why is economic freedom important? Is it intrinsically valuable or is it valuable because of the outcomes it produces?
Economic freedom is one of the main drivers of prosperity, as the Fraser Institute’s Economic Freedom of North America index (EFNA) has illustrated—and hundreds of independent studies have confirmed.
In the U.S., we've seen more regulation, more constrained labour markets, higher taxation and less economic freedom.
Diseases such as rabies, malaria and leprosy still afflict many in less-developed countries.
America's place as a world leader in economic freedom has faltered.
Preston Tucker wanted to create a safer car for post-war America.