Sunday, 21 September 2008

Reform of the Common Agricultural Policy

At the Adam Smith Institute Blog Tim Worstall gives us his personal view of how reform of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy should take place,
As a purely personal opinion reform of the Common Agricultural Policy should be achieved by burning the entire structure to the ground and ploughing the intellectual landscape that produced it with salt: the selling of the administering population into bondage would perhaps be a step too far in this age.
Let us not be too hasty. This idea has much to recommend it. In fact we could extend it to include many more (all?) bureaucrats.

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