Free-marketers are often ridiculed for suggesting the welfare state can be substantially replaced by free enterprise: that we’re smoking funny weed to even suggest that able-bodied adults would be better off with more invigorating freedom instead of a debilitating dole.
Last post I argued that there are no economic or brain-power limits to innovation. That the single factor holding back innovation is simply the policies we choose. This isn’t just speculation: we can actually look back to our own recent technological “Golden Age” in the late 1800’s. Indeed, when we laugh today at the