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Central Authority, Limiting Choices, and Circumventing Rules: Intelligent Design or Spontaneous Order?

When Milton Friedman wrote his famous book Capitalism and Freedom in 1962, the Cold War had enveloped our collective psyche and, along with it, a global debate about free markets versus centrally-planned economies. The question of whether or not a central authority is needed exists not only in economics but also in the design of […]

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