Markets do it better and cheaper than government. Not.

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A common propaganda claim from Milton Friedman. Patently untrue for a number of market failures. An additional problem is that the products would be different, sometimes in undesirable ways, because markets have no incentive to create positive externalities

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The changing dynamics of economic inequality and for-profit universities [More...]
The U.S. Department of Education is likely to disqualify about 1,400 for-profit educational programs from receiving federal funds because research shows that for-profit schools do much worse than non-profit or community colleges.

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