When people hear a reference to “state actors,” they imagine for a split second a group of people all practicing grimaces, tremulous expressions of fear or glorious smiles as if before a camera. They imagine these people serve a government acting school or work perhaps on a state-sponsored movie. By David Tulis / Noogaradio 1240 AM 101.1 FM But in the eyes of local economy and the free market, “state actor” refers to the great enemy of liberty, an imposer of a remote, external force upon local free citizens. It refers to the dull-witted villain of the piece, who for
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