Saturday, February 11, 2006


Opinions to stifle if you want to be on the Supreme Court

Judge Richard Posner, currently on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals (I think), co-wrote a paper in 1978 that argued for a freer market in adoptable children. The basic idea is that some women have a comparative advantage in childbearing. Healthier children and wealthier families would result from a market in which childbearing specialists could trade with others less suited to the task.

As a result, he will never be nominated to the Supreme Court.
[My source: James Reese, a professor at the University of South Carolina Upstate, produces Radio Economics, a podcast that consists entirely of interviews. In the show (available here) dated Sunday, July 24, 2005, John Palmer said so. Palmer writes the Eclectic Econoclast.]

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