It is not a good idea to adopt a free-market that is not. For in the words of Goethe:
“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free”.
We have no free-markets today for we have but defined a monism of freedom, quite the opposite of freedom. And one ought not to expect to reap the benefits of freedom from human operating-systems subjugated to a stale monism of freedom in stark contrast and grave conflict with the dynamic plurality of freedom that encircles human capacity and ingenuity.