Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Is Laissez-Faire Economics
Too Radical For Brazilians?
Free market economist Bruno Gonçalves Rosi of Brazil sees the problem with Brazil's government as being the result of a long history of government interventions rather than with politicians .. "Since its independence from Portugal, Brazil’s tendency has been toward big government .. Conventional politics in Brazil has long opposed groups considered to be either revolutionary or conservative .. The true radicals and revolutionaries in Brazil today are the libertarians who are attempting to move Brazil away from its traditional managed economy that always benefited certain elites. Indeed, libertarians in Brazil have suffered politically from being considered too radical."
LINK HERE to the essay

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