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Older workers in the past was defined by a drop-off in labour force participation at the age of 55 such as there was in the 1990s. Not only that is no more, New Zealand workers aged 60 to 64 participate in the labour force to the same extent as workers in their 50s, more or …

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People do complain about the narrow backgrounds of modern politicians: first a university politician, then MP’s staffer or union organiser, and then candidate perhaps first for a safe seat held by the other party. This is yet another test drive. The real question is is this…

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The desire of the recipients to receive the money is the leading motivation for income redistribution according to Gordon Tullock. That particularly applies to university and Polytech students and their desire not to pay tuition fees. There is no case in either economics or social justice for them not to pay. Free tuition at University …

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Chileans' life expectancy is now higher than Americans', while Venezuela's still catching up https://t.co/PMJ9e3TTly pic.twitter.com/T8Nje1gmtK — HumanProgress.org (@HumanProgress) January 14, 2016

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Both the proletariat and the middle class are withering away these days thanks to capitalism and freedom. Source: Charts of the day: Another look at how America’s middle class is disappearing into higher income households – AEI | Carpe Diem Blog » AEIdeas.

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Here's where Republicans and Democrats differ on the role of government https://t.co/QPt9xhgFeF pic.twitter.com/zD3mF64wuM — Pew Research Center (@pewresearch) January 31, 2016

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