Business leaders must make the moral case for free markets
Philip Booth, CapX
The two economists Hayek and Keynes agreed on one thing. They both believed that ideas and the climate of opinion determined how politicians behaved.
In Europe, faith’s stronger in post-Soviet East than secular West
Claire Giangravè, Crux
A recent survey found a significant difference in religious practices between Western and Eastern European countries, including the irony that countries of the former Soviet bloc, where atheism was the official creed for 70 years, today generally have a stronger belief in God and appetite for religious practice than in the secular West.
Why Social Entrepreneurs Are So Burned Out
Ewald Kibler, et al., Harvard Business Review
Can entrepreneurs help address the society’s biggest challenges — without burning out?
America’s Success Was Achieved by Limiting Government, Not by Government
Gary M. Galles, FEE
Our gains are actually due to centuries of voluntary arrangements made possible not by the growth of government but by strict limitations imposed on it.