Linked by Dmitrij D. Czarkoff on Fri 31st Aug 2007 08:54 UTC
Editorial This article is an answer to "Competition Is Not Good" by Kroc and reading it wouldn't be comfortable without switching to and from the original article. I wrote it just because I do strongly disagree with Kroc and I believe I can prove that he is not as close to truth as it may seem from the first glance.
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Dear Oh Dear

An uregulated economy is what we had in the UK in the 19th century, when the vast majority of the population had no rights, subsistence level living and low life expectancy.

That is why, after a lot of agitation, more and more regulation was brought in (no coincidence that this happened with the deepening of the franchise)

In the western world the closest to your ideal is the U, and that society I see as a nightmare. (gun-crime and healthcare anyone)

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