Private Planning Not a Public Good
by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler
This column is not what I thought it would be when I read its title, though the point on eminent domain is a good one.
The writer's faith in government benevolence is betrayed by just about every piece of available evidence, ever. Though one might assert that government is needed because of a dearth of angelic men, it simply doesn't follow that government itself is anywhere near cherubic.
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