The Irrational Free Markets that Are Never Wrong / New Practical Laws to Global Economics

by | Jun 30, 2009 | Martin Armstrong

This is a two part essay.

There is a raging war of words where there is a clash based upon the assumption that a belief in “Free Markets” means the private sector should be left alone and that the markets will make their own corrections, while the opponents do not want to hear this for it implies that there should be less government power.

*The Irrational Free Markets that Are Never Wrong 7/09

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