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Richard W. Rahn
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Richard Rahn's piece ("How to make the government behave," Commentary, July 23) is too good-natured. We would not be vexed by the overreach of petty officials if polite correspondence could cut through their intransigence.
A lot of money is about to leave the United States. Because of a few rogue bureau crats at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) acting without congressional authority, American financial institutions can expect to see a massive outflow of foreign capital next year.
Economic theory ignores reality
Imposing morals in the military