Defending the undefendable: the pimp, prostitute, scab, slumlord, libeler, moneylender, and other scapegoats in the rogue's gallery of American society

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Fleet Press Corp., 1976 - History - 256 pages
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This book attempts to debunk villainous economic stereotypes by showing how the price system and markets also function, albeit amorally, in those cases. Libertarian premises are that these activities benefit society, prohibition results in greater loss, and violent aggression is indefensible against nonviolent activities. The latter includes taxation. It talks about how cartels are defeated, e.g. by new entrants, advertising and independent ratings. There are eight parts for thirty-two chapters and several cartoons. This book was among Amazon’s “Also Bought” for scifi titles like Daemon. 

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BUSINESS AND TRADE
145
The Stripminer
205
The Wastemakers
217
Copyright

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