Robber Governments

Chamberlain, John
November 1980
National Review;11/28/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 24, p1449
The article affirms its opposition to taxation and government intervention of the economy as discussed in economic papers at the conference of the Mont Pelerin Society at Hoover Institutions in Palo Alto, California in September 1980. The most enlivening sessions dealt with the underground economy in Italy, discussed by Antonio Martino. Martino criticized the Italian government, with its tax policies, its high rate of monetary growth, its nationalizations and its general interventionism.


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