A Dim View of Libertarianism, Part VII -- Some Concluding Questions

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"The libertarian regards a morally well-ordered society as a free gift, to which nothing is owed for its maintenance."

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Though free market theorists are reluctant to admit it, capitalists are not fond of free markets, since open and fair competition forces them to invest in product development while they cut their prices. Monopoly and the destruction of competition is the ideal condition for the entrepreneur, and he will strive to achieve it unless restrained not by conscience but by an outside agency enforcing “anti-trust” laws.
Ernest Partridge, "A Dim View of Libertarianism, Part VII -- Some Concluding QuestionsA Dim View of Libertarianism, Part VII -- Some Concluding Questions"