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"Underlying most arguments against free market is the lack of belief in freedom itself." [Milton Friedman] When deciding to what extent should the government intervene in the economy, the following questions must be answered: Does the economy experience periods of boom and bust? Are the goods of high quality? Is there equality, or disparity? Answering these questions spawned many philosophies; the most prominent being capitalism and socialism. Capitalism is an economic system in which the nations economic decisions are the result of individual decisions by buyers and sellers. …
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