M103 Heavy Tank + M41 Light Tank (Walker Bulldog) by Robert J. Icks

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23. html. 24. See JacobWeisberg, In Defense of Government: The Fall and Rise of Public Trztst (New York: Scribner’s, 1996), andMichael Tomasky, Left for Dead: The Life, Death and Possible Resurrection ofProgressivePolitics in America (New York: Free Press, 1996). 25. See Joel Spring, The American School: 1642-1 993 (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1994), 406-407, 412-414. 26. Reed, Active Faith, 105. 27. Jacob Weisberg, “Fear and Self-Loathing,” New York (19 August 1996), 36. 28. , p. 36. 29. Reed, Active Faith, 4, 11.

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According to Hayek, pricing determines the social value of goods: What should a car cost in relation to food? What should the price of health care be in relation to education? In a free market, Hayek asserted, prices or social values are determined by individual choice. In a planned economy, pricing or social value is determined by a government bureaucracy. What criterion is used by a government bureaucracy? Hayek’s answer was that the inevitable criterion is one that promotes the personal advantage of bureaucracy members.

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