The legend of the free labour market

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"The myth that there was a time before The Fall, when the state didn’t meddle in the affairs of free men, is persistent, especially on the libertarian right. When it comes to labour law, though, it is just that, a myth... The pre-20th century labour market was not without its red tape, it’s just that the red tape was used to bind the servants, not the masters."

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