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  • ...of Chicago School economists has been to carry out empirical, real-world research, combining basic theory with data to address contemporary and historical pr ...sanne School]], and [[Henry Calvert Simons]] whose views favored [[laissez-faire]] and laid the foundation for the development of [[Monetarism]].
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  • ... in the [[British Empire]] and the [[Physiocrats]] advocated the [[laissez-faire]] approach in [[France]]. ...1759), is reputed to have asked why it was so hard to ''[[laissez faire]], laissez passer.'' Contrary to the Mercantilists, the Physiocrats believed that the
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  • ...owever, and he is attributed as having started the philosophy of ''laissez-faire'' in relation to government activity. He was knighted in 1661. He was the g ==''Laissez-faire'' governance==
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  • ... and [[sociology|sociologist]], famous for his strong support of [[laissez-faire]] economy, free markets, and anti-imperialism. He opposed government interf ...he American Revolution'' (1891). He became an ardent defender of [[laissez-faire]] economy. In 1878 he testified before the [[U.S. House of Representatives]
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  • ...227–250.</ref> People of many different political stripes blamed laissez-faire [[capitalism]] for the Great Depression, and fascists promoted their ideolo ...tive were contingent upon service to the state.<ref>James A. Gregor. ''The Search for Neofascism: The Use and Abuse of Social Science.'' (Cambridge Universit
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  • ...t [[supply]] creates its own [[demand]]. Thus he supported the ''[[laissez-faire]]'' position of [[Adam Smith]], stating that overproduction in one [[market ...hat Say read [[Adam Smith]]'s book and fell in with a group of ''[[laissez-faire]]'' [[economics|economists]], known as the ''[[ideologues]]'' who sought to
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  • ....google.com/books?id=j-UIAAAAQAAJ&pg=PT492&vq=commerce&as_brr=1&source=gbs_search_r&cad=0_2#PPT189,M1]</sup> ====Laissez-faire approach====
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  • ...ublic intellectuals to make that case for smaller government and [[laissez-faire]] economics. He was also known as a fierce opponent of [[communism]], inclu ...Brown, 2002), 41</ref><ref name=biographydotcom> [http://www.biography.com/search/article.do?id=9230494&page=print 'Buckley, William Frank, Jr (1925–2008)]
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  • ...ism the entire economy is guided by market forces. Supporters of [[Laissez-faire]] economics argue that there should be little or no intervention from the g ...talists for wages. The capitalist class are free to spread their [[laissez-faire]] practices around the world. In the capitalist-controlled parliament laws
    87 KB (12,934 words) - 15:08, 28 August 2018
  • ... The central messages of his ''Wealth of Nations'' (1776) were ''[[laissez-faire]]''—the virtues of specialization, [[free trade]] and [[competition (econ ...conomics|macroeconomic]] (and "dynamic") perspective. As Smith's ''laissez-faire'' approach, including specialization, free trade, and so forth, did not ant
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  • ...opposes private property.<ref>''Encyclopædia Britannica'' Online: [http://search.eb.com/eb/article-234237 "Libertarianism"]. Retrieved July 30 2007 </ref> ...f the Austrian economist Ludwig von Mises, Rothbard combined the [[laissez-faire]] economics of his teacher with the absolutist views of human rights and re
    59 KB (8,359 words) - 20:22, 27 April 2019
  • ...[[Ludwig von Mises]]. Rothbard was at once attracted to Mises’ [[laissez-faire]] economics, and when Mises’s masterwork ''Human Action'' appeared in 194 ...idify the argument for a free-market society. To make a case for [[laissez-faire]], Rothbard goes beyond economics by formulating a metanormative objective
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  • ... that thrived on fierce [[competition]], the game has always had a laissez-faire relationship with rules. Sharpened spikes to intimidate (and injure) defens ...f the origins of the game is David Block's ''Baseball Before We Knew It: A Search for the Roots of the Game'' (2005). The publisher's description of the book
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  • ...es of each different scheme or principle? Should some version of [[lassiez-faire]] be adopted, or should some communitarian/socialist scheme be used? What, Who should control technology and its use; should a [[laissez-faire]] attitude be taken, or should some form of governmental or social control
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  • ...ww.guggenheim.org/new-york/collections/collection-online/show-full/piece/?}search=Trailer%20for%20the%20Remake%20of%20Gore%20Vidal's%20Caligula&page=&f=Title ...ublicans are a bit stupider, more rigid, more doctrinaire in their laissez-faire capitalism than the Democrats, who are cuter, prettier, a bit more corrupt&
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  • ...ere made to prove that Parliament had [[Rome|Roman]] origins. This futile search was undertaken with great earnest. The events at Runnymede were re-discove ...his stage were growing, and on Coke’s death they ordered his house to be searched and the manuscripts were recovered and the book was published in 1642 (at
    63 KB (10,563 words) - 18:04, 7 August 2018
  • ...litated mobility by providing accommodation for their members traveling in search of work. Though guilds exhibited some aspects of the modern trade union, th ...y set by a governmental body. The [[United States]] takes a more [[laissez-faire]] approach, setting a minimum standard but allowing most workers' wages and
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  • ...nd Anglo-Dutch War. The growing American colonies pressed ever westward in search of new agricultural lands. ...colonial expansion, now gave way in Britain and elsewhere to the ''laissez-faire'' economic classical liberalism of [[Adam Smith]] and successors like Richa
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  • ...n appeared, including ''An Essay on Charity and Charity Schools,'' and ''A Search into the Nature of Society.'' It was vigorously attacked by, among others, ... channeling of greed is a marked departure from Adam Smith’s ''[[laissez-faire]]'' attitude. Mandeville calls for politicians to ensure that the passions
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  • <blockquote>The emergence of economics in Germany as a research program was shaped to a great extent by the pedagogical environment in whic Based on these principles, the task of the economist was to study history in search of clues to the relationship between the social and economic organization o
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