Henry Hazlitt

Notable Quote – Henry Hazlitt

by Skip June 11, 2016

This vital consideration of incentives is almost systematically overlooked in the proposals of agitators for more and bigger government welfare schemes. We should all rightly be concerned with the plight of the poor and unfortunate. But the hard two-part question that any plan for relieving poverty must answer is: How can we mitigate the penalties […]

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Notable Quote – Henry Hazlitt

by Skip December 10, 2012

Liberty is the essential basis, the sine qua non, of morality. Morality can exist only in a free society; it can exist to the extent that freedom exists. Only to the extent that men have the power of choice can they be said to choose the good. – Henry Hazlitt (H/T: Cafe Hayek)

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