The Quotable Gordon Tullock.

In the fall 2005 semester, I enrolled in Special Topics in Public Choice, taught by Gordon Tullock. Many of my classmates and I continually made note of the mere experiential quality of the course. Just to have the opportunity to say that we had taken a class with Gordon Tullock, was a substantial benefit to taking the class. Tullock was a veritable wealth of historical and insightful knowledge throughout the semester. Aside from taking typical notes of important concepts, dates, and diagrams, I couldn’t help myself from jotting down some of his more caustic and biting remarks. They are reprinted to the best of my recollection below. Please understand that any offensiveness is most likely a result of the phrase being taken out of context. The following phrases were recorded in good fun and entertainment.

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