Necessary for the Minimal, Protective State
By Christopher J. Coyne, Abigail R. Hall
Cronyism would be rampant even if government were limited solely to providing core protective functions. With its rent seeking, rent extraction, and revolving door, the U.S. military sector could be the poster child for peak cronyism.
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