On ‘New Jersey’s Helmet Law’ and Other Articles

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Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, brilliant laissez-faire economist of 18th-century France, said that interventions by the government to protect consumers "would be like wanting it to provide cushions for all the children who might fall." If he were alive today, wouldn't he be amused to . . .

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