Free-Markets Are As Free As Their Rules Allow

Freedom must be freed for “free-markets” to earn their keep. Hence what we refer to as “free-markets” today, hinging on a monism of freedom, prevents “free-markets” from correcting themselves by the actions of its participants.

One ought not to expect to yield “free-markets” from a static monism of freedom.

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