Sunday, November 21, 2010

Solidarity and the Free Market

When it comes to the agora, a market free of coercion. No Czar's or central planner, only the market saying what go's. Their is not just one check on a business their is two. The second is the worker, who can throw a monkey wrench in the machinery of omnipotent business. For a market to be free, so must the individuals who keep the engine oiled. The worker is just as much of a check on an coercive exchange as the market. Without the worker the gears of business come to a halt.  The market and the worker go hand in hand, one can not overcome coercion alone.

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