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  1. Sgt_Markoff

    Hollywood's conservativism

    Two excellent, informative, and unusual articles by none other than the Mises Institute in Vienna (one of the foremost economic think-tanks in the world). https://mises.org/library/how-antitrust-ruined-movies https://mises.org/library/hollywood-and-state-longtime-partnership This is not to say that the economic thought of Ludwig von Mises is correct or that I myself adhere to it (I do not). But the institute is a source for reliable analysis. This can be agreed upon, even if one feels their conclusions always-too-strongly favor free-market theories in public policy-planning. Either way, you'll nonetheless find these two briefs enjoyable reading. A three-fer: https://tinyurl.com/yapghsm5

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