In Praise of Lord Acton
David Henderson, EconLog
In preparing for a conference I’m attending in Indianapolis, I read two chapters from Lord Acton’s book of essays titled Essays in the History of Liberty. What a treat!
What Happens When Low-Wage Workers Are Given a Stake in Their Own Company?
Teresa Ghilarducci, The Atlantic
HEB, a Texas grocery chain, is divvying up 15 percent of the company’s stock among 55,000 of its employees.
After Kelo, Governments Keep Nabbing Property
Jared Meyer, The Federalist
After the Supreme Court allowed governments to take anyone’s property for just about any reason, lawmakers pretended to fix the problem. It’s still there.
Borrowing While Poor
Gillian B. White, The Atlantic
Upcoming regulation won’t fix the underlying problem of payday loans: a lack of access to credit.