Ethical Assumptions in Economic Theory: Some Lessons from the History of Credit and Bankruptcy

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Capitalism does not "distinguish between free contracts and contracts into bondage, or between agreements reached by self-debasement or a dignified offer." Thus it will "often require constraints on the scope of freedom of contract and property rights, against the laissez faire ideal."


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