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Life After the State

Saturday 29 March 2014

1 Hour


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Writer, actor and stand-up comedian Dominic Frisby argues that we would all be richer and happier in a world without the state. He says a world without the state would not be as terrifying as many predict and that the Government should take less action to tackle the economic crisis, not more. Frisby looks at the banks, the NHS, schools, the tax system, and the way we do business and discusses alternative ways of doing things.

Frisby, an expert on gold and silver who writes a weekly column for MoneyWeek, says people should keep the money they earn and be empowered to spend it on the services they want. That, he argues, will lead to an improvement in standards, while people’s intrinsic compassion would ensure those in need received help.