Ludwig von Mises: "This, then, is freedom in the external life of manthat he is independent of the arbitrary power of his fellows. Such freedom is no natural right. It did not exist under primitive conditions. It arose in the process of social development and its final completion is the work of mature Capitalism." - Socialism
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|Ludwig von Mises||The consumers suffer when the laws of the country prevent the most efficient entrepreneurs from expanding the sphere of their activities. What made some enterprises develop into big business was precisely their success in filling best the demand of the masses.||Planned Chaos|| p. 22||AntiTrust Laws
|Ludwig von Mises||Those politicians, professors and union bosses who curse big business are fighting for a lower standard of living.||Theory and History|| p. 147||AntiTrust Laws