Dynamism as a Bump on the Road to Crony Capitalism?
By Michelle Albert Vachris
This article appeared in the Winter 2018/19 issue of The Independent Review.
Restoring the U.S. economy to its former dynamism could be the key to reducing corporate cronyism. This approach, however, might require a major shift in cultural values in favor of business, entrepreneurship, classical liberalism, and the bourgeois virtues that contributed to the Great Enrichment of the nineteenth century.
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