Milton Friedman about government (“Capitalism and Freedom”, 1962) - The existence of a free market does not of course eliminate the need for government. On the contrary, government is essential both as a forum for determining the 'rules of the game' and as an umpire to interpret and enforce the rules decided on.
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The existence of a free market does not of course eliminate the need for government. On the contrary, government is essential both as a forum for determining the 'rules of the game' and as an umpire to interpret and enforce the rules decided on.
 Milton FriedmanCapitalism and Freedom (1962). copy citation

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