Unintended Consequences Of Humanitarianism With The Guillotine

“Most of the harm in the world is done by good people, and not by accident, lapse, or omission,” writes founding libertarian Isabel Paterson. “The philanthropist, the politician, and the pimp are inevitably found in alliance because they have the same motives, they seek the same ends, to exist for, through, and by others.”

You can help the San Diego City Council with this Amazing Discovery:  When prices go up people demand less. When the price of the minimum “learning” wage goes up people demand less and teenage unemployment and idleness skyrockets.  See: Unemployment data by Dept. of Labor pages 42-43 at  http://www.amazon.com/Race-Economics-Discrimination-Institution-Publication/dp/0817912452  (crime concomitantly increases).

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The law of unintended consequences, is acknowledged by Paterson in the Humanitarian with the Guillotine. http://mises.org/daily/2739 Chart above by Prof. Mark Perry, University of Michigan.

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http://www.Romancingthevoters.com   Chart, Page 58

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