The New York Times is not normally a fan of the small, minarchist, state. That is to put the point in a most mild manner, for they’re usually all in favour of ever more governance and ever larger government, as long as the sort of people who write the New York Times are the people doing the governing.
When considering the European Union’s agricultural policies they manage to spot a small flaw in how such a system works:
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Yet it is opaque in key areas, with gaping shortcomings in accountability.