The Economics and Ethics of Hurricane Katrina
Rockwell, Llewellyn H Jr.
Block, Walter E
American journal of economics and sociology 2010; 69(4): 1294-1320
How might free enterprise have dealt with Hurricane Katrina and her aftermath. This article probes this question at increasing levels of radicalization, starting with the privatization of several government "services" and ending with the privatization of all of them.
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