He’s spot on, judging by what I know. John Daniel Davidson in The Federalist adds detail to what Tucker says.
The point of highlighting the fate of this one town and the role of Singer in its demise isn’t to vilify capitalism or the free market in general, but to point out how the system is engineered to benefit the rich and powerful at the expense of everyone else. As Willis Krumholtz explains nearby in greater detail, the story of Cabela’s and the people of Sidney is an example of “financial engineering that paid a select few off, while the whole suffered.”
This critique goes to the heart of what the political right has been grappling with in the age of Trump…
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