Kings of Unintended Consequences
"It still baffles me that policy makers, media and the general public are surprised when the State attempts to force someone's concept of good living fails. This is known as unintended consequences. It is almost inevitable that every State attempt to either prevent voluntary associations or force involuntary associations results in what is known as 'perverse incentive'; that is, it has the opposite of the intended effect." - Nic Hooton, read the rest at Everything-Voluntary.
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