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Page creatorJers (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation19:39, 6 May 2012
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It is usually thought good for someone whoIt is usually thought good for someone who has more than enough to help someone who has less. It is not so obvious that it’s good for one person to take from a second to give to a third who may be in need. Yet that is what government welfare entails: forced taking from one group of people to give to another group. Welfare like this may serve a larger social end, but it rests on uncertain moral ground. I believe that it is also likely to fail on practical grounds. Welfare is another example of what I have called elsewhere the malign hand.</br></br>Welfare has two effects:he malign hand]. Welfare has two effects: +
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