Markets, Morality & Conflation

There’s an interesting discussion going on at the Corner on NRO about the meaning of “free market” and its defense on moral vs. empirical grounds.

You can follow some of it here:

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Over at CATO, Roderick Long, who considers himself a member of the Libertarian Left (a term that always annoys me — but that’s a topic for another post), has an article dealing with the conflation of laissez-faire markets with corporatism. It touches on some of the same topics.

If you are at all interested in economics or economic philosophy, his article is HIGHLY recommended.

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