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The cart before the horse: giving vendors too much control

News | 08/25/2006 4:00 am EDT

Ayn Rand’s "Rational Selfishness" suggests that customers should act in their own self-interest to arrive at optimal outcomes, and Adam Smith and Leon Walras argue that in so doing, customers can also contribute to the greater good. This, largely, becomes the justification for capitalism.

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