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Richard Epstein on Legislators vs. Wal-Mart
Sep 11 2006

Russ Roberts and Richard Epstein discuss the attempts to use legislation to handicap Wal-Mart. They also discuss the evolution of the union movement and the constitutionality of various legislative attacks on Wal-Mart.

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rjmahoney
Sep 12 2006 at 3:08pm

wonderful discussion with epstein on wal-mart–my first exposure to this site–I’ll return
One of the reasons I liked being in the high tech value added business was that the cost of labor as a % of selling price was low and we could get on with matters other than battling unions all the time: finding great people to do great things and spending time fighting the competition not our people

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