On Conservatism

The conservative inequality paradox

By Brink Lindsey and Steven Teles ● National Review ● 11/07/2017

Conservatives have two intellectual commitments that are proving to be increasingly irreconcilable. On the one hand they reject crony-capitalist corruption; on the other, they justify economic inequality as an acceptable byproduct of free-markets that offer net gains to all.

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