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Economics

China Holds No Cards

It was 2 a.m., and my father and I had finally settled down for our flight from Shanghai to Beijing. Bleary-eyed, I was about to drift off to sleep, when I felt a tap on my shoulder. I hadn’t realized it, but there was a Chinese teenager more or less my age sitting...

On the Correlation of Capitalism and Christianity

“He that will not work shall not eat.” With these famous words pulled from 2 Thessalonians 3:10, Capt. John Smith uttered a phrase that both saved Jamestown and breathed a capitalistic nature into the very fabric of American society. Nearly 300 years later, German...

Automation and the Future of Labor: Two Scenarios

Frankenstein. It is one of the most enduring horror stories of all time.  Mary Shelley’s masterpiece, inspired by a nightmare, is a cautionary tale.  Ingenuity run amok.  Progress beyond our control.  Creation dominating the creator.  Like Shelley, these themes occupy...