Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Glibertarianism In A Nutshell

Whither the Post Office? - Megan McArdle - Business - The Atlantic: "I tend to think that universal mail service isn't valuable enough to save as a government function--as Josh Barro says rather more pungently, I don't see much reason that the government should subsidize the decision to live in a remote rural area. But that's going to be a hard sell: the post office has a special place in the American heart, being chartered in the constitution. And it has a very special place in the hearts of a large number of Senators representing rural states.

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