Fat Caps, Bigga Fish

Media Type: Music Topic: Government & the Economy

The Coup

The song "Fat Cats, Bigga Fish" is about hustling. The rapper Boots thinks he is a hustler, but quickly realizes that he is the one being hustled in the game of life. From a public choice perspective, does the story Boots tells about Mr. Coke and Mr. Mayor's conversation sound compelling? Why does Mr. Mayor care about Mr. Coke's plans since the campaign donations do not directly go into his pocket? Do you think campaign finance reform will solve this type of problem? Why or why not?

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