Tax and corruption

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Dennis Howlett and I have an interesting relationship. We are both natural bloggers. Sometimes we agree: sometimes we don't!

Dennis has commented on 'Closing the Floodgates' at his place. One comment I found curious. He said:

There are some weaknesses in the argument. It depends on a definition of 'corruption' that embraces commercial activities that while logical is far from universally accepted as appropriate.

The definition we use is logical. It's not accepted because it's new. But that's the case with all new ideas. The fact is, that if they're logical they often are accepted. We think this one will be.

No, it's more than that. We're sure this one will be. To read more, go here.