Public Choice and Political Leadership
By Robert Higgs
This article appeared in the Winter 1996/97 issue of The Independent Review.
That individuals act the same in public and private life is a useful assumption in public choice analysis, but it shouldnt blind us to the basic truth that decent people do not seek political power over others.
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