Achieving healthcare abundance

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August 30, 2011
Center for a Stateless Society
by David D'Amato  
Posted in Commentary

"Market anarchists argue that the aggregate effect of the state’s manifold laws and regulations is to bring about an environment within which obtaining or furnishing the necessaries of daily life is needlessly difficult and costly. The difficulties that the state builds up in the economy serve to generate opportunities for the economic elite to exact tributes or rents. Once you begin to look for them, examples abound. Health care costs are just such an example, embedded by a host of rents that inflate the price we pay far beyond what a genuine free market would allow." (08/27/11)  

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