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Amity Schlaes

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Amity Shlaes Interview - Calvin Coolidge

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Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - We have the author of the new book called Coolidge. She is also the author of one of my favorite books, Forgotten Man, Ms. Amity Shlaes. She also has been a winner of the Bastiat Award, which means that she must be keeping in line with the writings of Bastiat, which makes her an all-around good person. Check out today's audio and transcript for the rest...….Continue

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"Whatever capital you divert to the support of a shiftless and good-for-nothing person is so much diverted from some other employment, and that means from somebody else. I would spend any conceivable amount of zeal and eloquence if I possessed it to try to make people grasp this idea. Capital is force. If it goes one way it cannot go another. If you give a loaf to a pauper you cannot give the same loaf to a laborer. Now this other man who would have got it but for the charitable sentiment which bestowed it on a worthless member of society is the Forgotten Man." - William Graham Sumner, The Forgotten Man

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