Thinking about Markets, Individuals and Community

Here’s a helpful discussion of what can and can’t be done via central planning. It’s a simple argument: no one person knows enough to make consistently good decisions. Of course, that also means no one can go it alone. So it’s a nuanced kind of libertarian argument. Think about the pencil.

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