economics

A Quote by Ronald Wilson Reagan on economics and government

Government's view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it.

Ronald Reagan (1911 -)

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A Quote by Ronald Wilson Reagan on economics, fear, growth, hope, opportunity, trade, and wealth

Where others fear trade and economic growth, we see opportunities for creating new wealth and undreamed-of opportunities for millions in our own land and beyond. Where others seek to throw up barriers, we seek to bring them down; where others take counsel of their fears, we follow our hopes.

Ronald Reagan (1911 -)

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A Quote by Ronald Bailey on agriculture, audiences, best friend, economics, enemies, environment, food, friendship, future, growth, humanity, nature, plants, power, progress, promotion, prosperity, radicals, seriousness, society, students, technology, an

"Even though it will disappoint many of you, the evidence is that you have a very bright future." This is how I finished my presentation at American University, eliciting a few chuckles from the audience. On a more serious note, I asked the students to consider a radical proposition: Economic growth and technological progress are not enemies of the environment but are perhaps its best friends, since they allow us to reduce humanity's footprint on the natural world. High tech agriculture boosts farm productivity, which means a cheaper food supply and more land spared for nature. Better sewage treatment means that our rivers and streams can run freer of pollutants. Catalytic converters on cars and better filters on power-plant smokestacks have greatly reduced smog, smoke and soot in the air. But only rich societies can afford to pay for these. In the end, the best environmental program of all is the promotion of prosperity.

Ronald Bailey

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A Quote by Roger Ward Babson on character, dependence, economics, future, gold, people, and success

A character standard is far more important than even a gold standard. The success of all economic systems is still dependent upon both righteous leaders and righteous people. In the last analysis, our national future depends upon our national character that is, whether it is spiritually or materially minded.

Roger Babson (1875 - 1967)

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A Quote by Robert Rawls on acceptance, belief, economics, risk, security, and success

Contrary to the commonly accepted belief, it is the risk element in our capitalistic system which produces an economy of security. Risk brings out the ingenuity and resourcefulness which insure the success of enough ventures to keep the economy growing and secure.

Robert Rawls

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A Quote by Robert James McCracken, D.D. on christianity, difficulty, economics, enemies, guidance, humanity, love, men, principles, problems, sermons, and spirituality

The Sermon on the Mount does not provide humanity with a complete guide to personal, social and economic problems. It sets forth spiritual attitudes, moral principles of universal validity, such as " Love your enemies," "Whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them," and it leaves to Christians the task-the admittedly difficult task-of applying them in any given situation.

Robert McCracken

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A Quote by Robert Maynard Hutchins on economics

Every act of every man is a moral act, to be tested by moral, and not by economic, criteria.

Robert Maynard Hutchins (1899 - 1977)

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A Quote by Robert L. Heilbroner on divinity, economics, force, future, nature, and world

If one could divine the nature of the economic forces in the world, one could foretell the future.

Robert L. Heilbroner

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A Quote by Raymond F. DeVoe Jr. on economics and war

Economics is war pursued by other means.

Raymond F. DeVoe Jr.

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A Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson on beauty and economics

The line of beauty is the line of perfect economy.

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 - 1882)

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