An Economists Case for a Noninterventionist Foreign Policy
By David R. Henderson
Basic economic reasoning that economists have used to argue against government intervention in the domestic economy can also be applied to international affairs. When coupled with some knowledge of history, the economic way of thinking makes a powerful case for a noninterventionist foreign policy.
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