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Why Teen Suicide Is Lower in States That Have More School Choice

Researchers Corey DeAngelis and Angela Dills found that states with generous charter school and voucher policies saw declines in adolescent suicide rates and that children who attend private schools have better long-term mental health outcomes. Their research is the first to link school choice mechanisms with improved childhood...
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Tariffs Are Just Another Form of Welfare

Protective tariffs enrich a handful of people at the greater expense of their fellow citizens. Protective tariffs are welfare—and welfare that, because the coerced income transfers are less obvious than government cash grants, is far more insidious and worse than are cash handouts.
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