From a different solar system than I’ve attended for the last 46 years:
The neo-liberal economic policies—privatization, free trade, slashed
social spending—that the Chicago School and the economist Milton
Friedman have foisted on the world are catastrophic in two senses,
argues this vigorous polemic.
Does it, now? Like, how do you mean; as if? But that’s all the rage, now. Gather up all the failures of socialism and fascism, call them "capitalism" and "free markets," and call for more socialism and fascism.
Don Boudreaux isn’t fooled; neither by the hypocrisy.