The Problem with Cronyism

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“Those who can afford political influence get the benefits and those who cannot afford it suffer the consequences.”

“Politicians gain from the contributions they receive from big business. And big business gains from the favors it receives from government. Sure, those favors have a cost. Because government has the power of coercion, it can force third-parties to pay that cost. Those who can afford political influence get the benefits and those who cannot afford it suffer the consequences.”

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