individualism for the masses
February 11, 2008
Filed under comics, economics, language
When Dogbert headlined his own don’t-read-with-your-mouth-full Clues for the Clueless
fifteen years ago, little did fans know he’d be playing “fetch” for Misesian economics in the age of Tom Friedman and other “neo-liberal” statists-at-heart.
‘The World is Flat’ – Friedman. No flatter than the head on your shoulders, dude.*
*After the closing line of Robert Christgau’s canonic Great White Takedown of 1989:
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Father of Benjamin, husband of Nathalie, BK Marcus works from Charlottesville, Virginia, as a writer, editor, and publishing consultant.
You can see his work at the Freeman (FEE), Liberty.me, and Laissez Faire Books (LFB).
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