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Freedom In Prices Ends Shortages: Even With Toilet Paper – Oped

Eurasia Review Monday, 27 April 2020
Freedom In Prices Ends Shortages: Even With Toilet Paper – OpedBy Dale Steinreich*

In a column containing a rebuke of the Mises Institute, Medium Marker writer Will Oremus has come up with what he fervently believes is The Explanation for the empty shelves in big-box and grocery stores that once had toilet paper for sale. There is a lot at stake in this debate, for if Oremus and many...
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News video: Household supply shortages this summer

Household supply shortages this summer 00:37

Toilet paper manufacturers say they were completely blind-sighted by the pandemic. This shortage could continue into the summer.

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