"It creates what amounts to an illusionary economy and that is exactly what happened in the Colonies."
I have to go so my comment offered at the moment will be limited.
The use of donations by tax payers were used to build such things as bridges and libraries.
That sentence offered in quotes accurately measures up as "an illusionary" false claim "that is exactly" opposite of the use of tax payer funds to increase the productive capacity of the tax payers and, not limited to that economic advantage, even those so called "free riders" (those who can't afford donations) gain by that investment of that productive, economic, power.
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