Objections to the simple libertarian argument for environmental regulation

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October 3, 2011
Bleeding Heart Libertarians
by Jason Brennan  
Posted in Commentary

"The Cost-Benefit Objection: While government is sometimes effective at enforcing rights, cost-benefit analysis shows that the EPA and other such agencies, even when acting without abuse and in good faith, spend/cost far too much for every year of life saved. Against, it’s better just to leave things to courts or even just let people pollute." (10/01/11)


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