The non-profit libertarian public interest law firm the Institute for Justice has just published detailed reports on five entrepreneurs who overcame government-imposed obstacles to success. The reports are up on a new section of the IJ Web site under the headline The Power Of One Entrepreneur, and they are worth a look for anyone interested in how to help get the economy growing. The IJ says the work is aimed to "humanize the issue of economic liberty." The entrepreneurs include Tennessee funeral-home owner Kim Powers Bridges, Dallas computer repairman Thane Hayhurst, Seattle-area bagel baker Dennis Ballen, New York City commuter van owner Hector Ricketts, and Mississippi hair-braider Melony Armstrong.
The Power of One (Actually, Five)
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