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History shows pretty clearly that unregulated, unfettered capitalism is a brutal environment where wealth accumulates in the hands of an elite leaving most people in poverty, deeply vulnerable to the inevitable economic shocks that follow.

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Discrediting the Free Market [More...]
A review of The Progressive Assault on Laissez Faire which briefly clarifies both Barbara Fried's work and Robert Hale's work. A nice explanation of Hale's rejection of the concept of negative liberty and his idea that liberty can only be redistributed.

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