Sheldon Richman Worries That 2016 Looks Good For The Corporate State

If you believe that the major obstacle to the free society is
the national-security/corporate state, 2016 is shaping up to be a
year of apprehension. The Wall Streeters, who are among the biggest
advocates of partnership between big government and big business,
are looking forward to a presidential contest between Hillary
Clinton and Chris Christie, a contest the bankers can’t lose.
Sheldon Richman argues that the chronic public feuding between
business, particularly big banks, and some politicians is more
superficial than it appears. He says this disagreement is useful in
discouraging spectators from discovering the radical alternative to
statism: the free market.

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