When governments of old tired of spending resources to beat the public into submission, they created court priests to propagate a theology of obedience. These days governments maintain their rule by preying on the public’s fears of sundry crises, real and imagined.
|Other Independent Review articles by Robert Higgs|
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|Summer 2016||Douglass C. North: Trailblazer|
|Winter 2016||Ludwig von Mises and Dietrich von Hildebrand: Some Remarkable Parallels|
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