by Peter L.P. Simpson, which includes the following:
There is, one might even suppose, a reverse invisible hand at work. The free market is said to produce order and success as the unintended result of many producers and sellers and buyers independently pursuing their goals. So the controlled market seems to produce chaos and failure as the unintended result of many voters and politicians and bureaucrats independently pursuing their goals. Unlike the invisible hand of the free market, the reverse invisible hand is not benevolent. It is malign. It is the chief cause of economic booms and busts and of the accompanying delirium and distress where outrageous profits jostle alongside outrageous losses.