Experts can quibble about the pros and cons of such government largesse — after all, it is not the business community’s fault that the virus shuttered much of the U.S. and global economies. But what is not up for debate is that our nation will be forever altered. Many firms will not survive, and many of those that do survive will bear deep scars and a kind of financial torpor that will dog their slow rise back to solvency.
This op-ed, published in Real Clear Policy, provides two clear examples of how two dissimilar industries are proving successful and most necessary during the adversity posed by the COVID-19 Crisis, thanks in large part to light touch regulations.
Maybe its time to rollback big government?