Global Free Logging Agreement
karl at daviesand.com
Thu Oct 28 10:52:33 EST 1999
Ted Kegebein wrote:
> Tariffs have not slowed any timber cutting in any part of the world.
> They have, however, kept the price of timber artificially high
> in America.
Isn't the real issue whether elected governments will continue to decide
these and other issues? Or whether unelected corporate executives and
unelected trade bureaucrats will decide?
> They are great for me personally, but not for the consumer.
> But, somehow, I'm not afraid of freedom.
> It's a vice, I know, but I have to live with it.
If you believe that corporations and bureaucrats should rule the world,
I don't think you really believe in freedom. If you believe this, I
think you believe in what might be called corporate fascism--not
Karl Davies, Practicing Forester
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