How can one reflect upon the people's republic of China's totalitarian political economy from a root perspective of moral philosophy?
Regardless of Marshall's and Jevon's attempt to divorce economy from politics and hence morals in the 19th century, the ideals of socialism that rose at this time have similarly been steadfastly betrayed in practice and letter by the CCP. Neither is there any genuine prospect of public-choice in the sense of the Chicago School in terms of political economy in the PRC. There are merely factional and rent-collecting socialist party organ institutions that create distributional conflicts and eat...[Show more]
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