Forget That Second Stimulus: Here's the Case for Doing Nothing

by Benjamin Domenech on 12:53 pm July 10, 2009

Jeffrey Miron writes: “Lots of people talk as if there was no option other than bailing out financial institutions. But you always have a choice. You may not like the other choices, but you always have a choice. We could have, for example, done nothing.” Essentially, he means doing nothing new. Too late now.

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