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Markets Are Peaceful but the State Is Not

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03/30/2022Thorsten Polleit

There are only two ways human cooperation occurs: through voluntary means or through coercion. The free market stands for voluntary cooperation; coercion and violence are the means of the state.

Original Article: "Markets Are Peaceful but the State Is Not"

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Thorsten Polleit

Dr. Thorsten Polleit is Chief Economist of Degussa and Honorary Professor at the University of Bayreuth. He also acts as an investment advisor.

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Markets Are Peaceful but the State Is Not