Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Rothbard on Hamilton's "Debt as National Blessing" Argument
"Contrary to Alexander Hamilton, who spoke for a small but powerful clique of New York and Philadelphia public creditors, the national debt is not a "national blessing." The annual government deficit, plus the annual interest payment that keeps rising as the total debt accumulates, increasingly channels scarce and precious private savings into wasteful government boondoggles, which "crowd out" productive investments." Murray Rothbard, Repudiating the National Debt
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