Without doubt Americans regard themselves as a free people. But how well does their society fit the prescription of freedom?
Capitalism has been indicted on many counts. Some counts allege it to be an inefficient, unstable, or self-destructive system for the production of goods and services.
Loss, waste, inefficiency, and above all the absence of control, are the story of what nationalization has really brought to the British people.
The traditional theory of the free market economy clearly distinguishes it from anarchy. But this freedom needs to be protected by a constraining power.
"The world needs a sizeable country, such as is yours, as a center of moral and political regeneration."
Let us consider the place of the consumer in an efficient, progressive economy. He should be sovereign.