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Why Democracy Rewards Bad People

Submitted by Hans-Hermann Hoppe via The Mises Institute, One of the most widely accepted propositions among political economists is the following: Every monopoly is bad from the viewpoint of consumers. Monopoly is understood in its classical sense to be an exclusive privilege granted to a single producer of a commodity or service, i.e., as the absence of free entry into a particular line of production.
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