Things are Rarely as Complicated as they Seem.

Lawmakers, press and the public need to understand the strength of this “doubling down” phenomenon of and guard against it when adopting policy positions. Charles Blahous writes: Frustrated voters often wonder why, after electing well-intended lawmakers to office, so many subsequent government economic policies prove damaging. Part of the answer lies in the nearly irresistible public policy […]

via Why Government Doubles Down on Policy Mistakes — pundit from another planet

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