The politics of hunger

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May 17, 2011
Center for a Stateless Society
by David D'Amato  
Posted in Commentary

"If a few giant, state-subsidized and -protected farms, wholesalers and retailers can unilaterally command supply, they can demand in payment whatever capricious price they determine. This propensity — ever more cartelized industry with ever fewer 'competitors' — is endemic to state capitalism, but it is alien to genuine free markets. Free markets divide and moderate market power by denying special protection and privilege and opening competition to a wide assortment of both entrants and methods." (05/13/11)  

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