Rickenbacker, William F.
November 1976
National Review;11/12/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 43, p1236
The article identifies some flaws in the system of a state's free-market economy. It asserts that the taxing and jailing power of the state is behind all forms of welfarism. The use of coercion and the threat of punishment are crucial in this form of market because it is not clear that both parties are helped.


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