The Endemic Nature of Cronyism

In a new op-ed for The Daily Caller, Alison Acosta Fraser, managing director of research and policy at the Charles Koch Institute, chronicles some of the more high-profile examples of cronyism. However, as Fraser continues, cronyism is pervasive at all levels of government. As she writes:

“It’s too early to know if politicians will turn over a new leaf with the demand for special goodies for the well connected and influential. After all, corporate welfare is not just limited to exporters or manufacturers. It’s endemic.”

Read the full op-ed at The Daily Caller

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