Posts Tagged ‘Constitution’

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    Innovation: More (or Fewer?) Sole Rights

    Sep 8, 12 • 520 Views • Entertainment, Fashion, Government, Innovation, Tech, UncategorizedNo Comments

    A book that you write is your intellectual property. But what if you design the sole of a shoe? As econlife described last year: “The trademark of designer Christian Louboutin, his red soles are supposed to represent glamour, luxury and hidden status.

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    Remembering Milton Friedman

    Jul 31, 12 • 235 Views • Businesses, Demand, Supply, and Markets, Economic Debates, Economic Thinkers, Regulation, Thinking Economically, UncategorizedNo Comments

    Split down the middle, opinion about the US economy puts private initiative or government first. Those who place individual enterprise first believe most private income belongs to those who generate it. By contrast, government’s advocates see a