ICYMI: Giving Voice to the ‘Forgotten,’ Who Pay for Elite Policies

Dana Wade, senior research fellow at the Charles Koch Institute, writes on how cronyism places the interests of an influential few before those of average Americans in Real Clear Markets:

Cronyism, or politicians and bureaucrats putting the interests of favored groups above those of average Americans, has created a two-tiered society in America. Author Amity Shlaes has referred to those compelled to pay for policies that benefit a select few as “the forgotten.” Today, we still have an entire segment of the population that falls into this category.

Read the full op-ed at Real Clear Markets

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