Giving thanks for the invisible hand…and no turkey czar

by Larry Emmott on November 25, 2012

in Health Care Politics,Management

The linked article has a Thanksgiving theme but the truth it describes goes far beyond turkey. In fact you don’t have to work too hard to see the direct relation to centrally controlled health-care.

Like in previous years, most of you probably didn’t call your local supermarket ahead of time and order a Thanksgiving turkey this year. Why not? Because you automatically assumed that a turkey would be there when you showed up, and it probably was

via Giving thanks for the invisible hand, the kaleidoscopic energy and productivity of the free market, and no turkey czar | AEIdeas.

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