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The modern free market is making this plague almost tolerable

Editors, Washington Examiner

As much anxiety as the current situation brings, the technological advancements that free markets have generated are making today's plague much more tolerable. Those who now ignorantly hanker for failed systems such as socialism, perhaps out of a naive desire for novelty, need not look any further than their iPhones for the symbols of their own folly. Such things would never have come to be in a world of central planning. Free enterprise, the chaotic interaction of individual economic decisions, is what ultimately made such things possible and what has created today’s environment of remote commerce. The modern world can thank the free market.

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