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Taxation

I sometimes argue with one of my friends, who believes that taxation is theft. It’s a friendly argument. I see clear benefits to the nation-states and the services and infrastructures they provide, so I am probably more in line with … Continue reading

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Inequality of incomes

I just stumbled over this graph of inequality of incomes, before and after redistribution: It’s from Our World in Data’s “Income Inequality” and I am not surprised to find my own, capitalist/social-democratic country, as one the most income-equal-after-redistribution: Capitalism and … Continue reading

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When the Left taxes the poorest

There are poor people in Denmark, but the number is so low that for the context of this post, I’ll use “poorest” to mean those that have the least. We have a new government in Denmark and as expected they … Continue reading

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