Killing the Economy Killed People

Imprimis
November 16, 2022

Allowing public health officials fixated on “stopping the virus” to peddle a narrative pitting “the economy” against “saving lives” led to perhaps the worst public policy disaster of our lifetime, argued Jeffrey A. Tucker in a recent speech now published in Imprimis. Healthy humans, Tucker notes, require a healthy economy.

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