It is tempting to think “it can’t happen here.” But Americans are more concerned about tyranny than they have been in many years.
Michael C. Munger
If creative destruction is as productive as proponents claim, economic “winners” should be able to compensate the “losers” and still come out ahead.
My suggestion was that “directional” libertarians and classical liberals ally rather than question one another’s authenticity.
Michael C. Munger is Chair of the Political Science Department at Duke University. His research focuses on the ethical and practical effects of exchange and cooperation. Munger's most recent book is The Sharing Economy, published by the Institute for Economic Affairs.