Author M. Stanton Evans, who wrote the forward to Accuracy in Academia’s textbook Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying, explains how government policies lead to shortages of health care.
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“Too many conservatives come to Washington thinking that it is a cesspool and wind up thinking it is a hot tub.”
—author M. Stanton Evans.
Author M. Stanton Evans, discussing Accuracy in Academia’s textbook, Voodoo Anyone? How to Understand Economics Without Really Trying, which he inspired.
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“This gives cognitive dissonance a bad name.”
—author M. Stanton Evans on bipartisan efforts to reform health care.
“Liberals don’t care what you do as long as it’s compulsory.”
—author M. Stanton Evans
At an AIA author’s night, former Accuracy in Academia director Leslie Carbone shows that, far from being retro, the founders’ timeless vision truly speaks to these troubled times.