Sunday, January 21, 2007

Military-Economic Transactions tend to Corrupt Business

According to Robert Higgis: "In countries such as the United States, whose economies are commonly, though inaccurately, described as "capitalist" or "free-market," war and preparation for war systematically corrupt both parties to the state-private transactions by which the government obtains the bulk of its military goods and services". Read the rest of the article Here.

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