Free markets and coercion

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October 19, 2011
Liberale et Libertaire
by dL  
Posted in Commentary

"A popular critique of the 'Free Market' is a simple presumption against its actual existence. If they don’t exist, then any debate on the matter is a pointless exercise. Occasionally, there will be an attempt to make the case for justifying such a presumption by attacking the supposed proposition that the free market implies no coercion. So, if we demonstrate that there is no such thing as 'no coercion,' then we have logically falsified the 'free market.'" (10/19/11)  

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