On Rent Thinking and the Corruption of Republican Government
By James A. Montanye
This article appeared in the Spring 2003 issue of The Independent Review.
Republican government has degenerated into a tyranny of temporary voting majorities that systematically pursue private gain through political means. Despite cries for reform, however, there is no evident desire to abandon the present system of redistributive government.
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