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  1. Why no resource in history has never been consumed to exhaustion

    If a man spent his entire pay check on beer, there would still be beer for sale.
    If he sold everything he had and spent it on beer, there would still be beer for sale.
    If Bill Gates sold everything he had and spent it on beer, there would still be beer for sale.
    If all of the richest people sold everything and spent it on beer, there would still be beer for sale.
    No matter how much is spent on beer, there would STILL be beer for sale.
    Why?

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  2. 1 vote
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  3. How do you get to a smaller goverment now that you have a big government ? Topic for Professor Boudveaux

    Do you not now need a strong government to get to a small government. It seems like a catch 22 to me. Do we have to wait for a black swan?

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  4. How can a country fend of economic collapse if our money is based off of trust, and a rising population means more money must be printed?

    In the United States, the population is rising, this means that without the printing of more money, there will be the same amount of money for a greater amount of people, meaning it will make each dollar more valuable. Yet we print money that really on has a value because we give it one (it is simply paper after all). Printing off more money also leads the the devaluation of it as well (the wheelbarrow story in Germany). How is it that we stay this from happening?

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  5. SHARK TANK U - an outline of the steps to take FROM IDEA TO WE' RE KING OF THE HILL , SO PAY ATTENTION !

    SHARK TANK U - an outline of the steps it takes to go from IDEA TO
    WE'RE KING OF THE HILL , HERE'S HOW WE DID IT , SO PAY
    ATTENTION !

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  6. have you considered using EVERYDAY PEOPLE to make the points in EVERYDAY ECONOMICS ?

    have you considered using EVERYDAY PEOPLE to make your points in EVERYDAY ECONOMICS , for example , a great many
    man (woman) in the street LESSONS ?

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  7. Why isn't healthcare in America treated as a public good?

    All other developed nations have universal health care, paid for through a variety of methods. I understand the accident of history that caused the healthcare system to become essentially a bargaining chip for the unions, but now we have so fewer unions. So why do Americans put up with such a dysfunctional system, now rapid moving towards "cost sharing" which will only serve to bankrupt more and more individuals?

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  8. How war effects on the countries

    knowing the economical reasons that makes a country attacks another country

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  9. Would'nt we be better off without a central bank?

    Should the United States change their system of debt? What would happen without a central bank?

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  10. The proper role of governments in environmental international commons problems, including climate change and ocean acidification.

    Would like to hear more about how economics can advise on solutions to international environmental commons problems.

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  11. 8 votes
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  12. What about customs?

    Should there be any security procedures when it comes to imports/exports on the border? And if so what kind?

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