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The ‘fair capitalism’ abstraction in relation to distorted defenses of market economies

January 17th, 2016 · No Comments

http://darwiniana.com/2016/01/16/rejection-of-the-economic-priority-assumption/

This may need restating in several different ways. The point is that claiming markets are superior to socialism is meaningless is market economies are so exploitative they defeat the purpose of economies able to pay the expense of doing things right.

Today in the news is a debate over how social programs could be paid for. It is a false argument. A market system like the american can pay trillions for wars in Iraq and elsewhere. Paying for th equivalent of social/economic justice would be chump change…

In any case, those who (needlessly) reject forms of socialism/planning in the name of markets are not released from the obligation to pay for a system of economic rights. On top of that is the issue of fair government without capitalist buying out justice…

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