Cato scholar, author Arnold Kling explains that dispersed power trumps centralization
Dr. Arnold Kling, Cato Institute adjunct scholar, explains why markets work better than government in addressing problems, focusing on the contrast between increasingly dispersed information and increasingly centralized government power. Kling delivered these remarks in a March 18, 2010, speech for Campbell University's Politics, Law, and Economics Lecture Series. Campbell Professor Derek Yonai introduces Kling.Add This
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