52 Progressive Myths – Book Summary

by | Jun 26, 2021

… in the free market of voluntary exchanges, the “strong” do no devour or crush the “weak,” contrary to common assumptions about the nature of the free-market economy. On the contrary, it is precisely on the free market where the “weak” reap the advantages of productivity because it benefits the “strong” to exchange with them.

Murray N. Rothbard
Ethics of Liberty, p. 36

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