The Most Important Economic Chart – Shawn Langlois in MarketWatch

The Law of Subsidy:
“When you subsidize something, you get more of it and it gets more expensive.”
Look at the first chart and identify the goods that have been subsidized.
By the way, unsubsidized goods naturally get cheaper in a market economy. Bonus question: Which goods are unsubsidized?

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