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Where the Sun Stops the Buck Starts
on April 8, 2013
Regulating to disaster, which includes promising chapters on "The Green Job Theology" and "The Opiate for The Masses; Moral Superiority" is a readable study of some of the problems caused by expert government planners. Furchtgott - Roth doesn't go far enough for this reader. Why all the footnotes? Frederic Bastiat, who she mentions, didn't need footnotes to make the point in his 1850 essay, "that which is seen and that which is not seen" nor do we need them today.
We are victims of a false choice. Choose between inexpensive but polluting coal power plants and expensive less polluting solar power plants. We are not to see through this trick. Skip power plants and use the sun directly for light, for drying, for heating.