Guest post by Tim Nerenz.
The argument for free enterprise is won at “free”. And the thing that enterprise must be liberated from is, of course, government.
When people are free (from government) to produce, own, exchange, store, transport, invest, save, buy, sell, invent, work, and consume in any manner they see fit, the most possible prosperity is delivered to the widest possible number of people in the shortest possible time. This is the lesson that economic history teaches to those who will observe and learn.
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