James Lawson

James Lawson was a founder of the Liberty League and President of the Oxford Hayek Society.

Good money

Written by | Tuesday 14 April 2009

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This is the road to hell

Written by | Tuesday 31 March 2009

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Following through with Free Trade

Written by | Thursday 26 March 2009

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The left and liberty

Written by | Thursday 5 March 2009

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Convention on modern liberty

Written by | Wednesday 4 March 2009

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Capitalism and morality

Written by | Monday 9 February 2009

It is clearly not a system of "winner takes all", but one in which winners take a fair sum for their results (i.e. they actually win when they win), and the numbers of winners is maximised. These winners then help create more opportunities for others and the system provides the aligned incentives to maximise successes. The adoption of more capitalism has enriched the world, and in India and China, markets have enabled a greater number of people to escape poverty, than government planning ever will.

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