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Monday, November 08, 2004

Thought for the Week

But the policy of Europe, by not leaving things at perfect liberty, occasions other inequalities of much greater importance. It does this chiefly in the three following ways. First, by restraining the competition in some employments to a smaller number than would otherwise be disposed to enter into them, secondly, by increasing it in others beyond what it naturally would be, and, thirdly, by obstructing the free circulation of labour and stock, both from employment to employment and from place to place.
Adam Smith The Wealth of Nations Some things never change. The only difference ias that today we have a transnational bureacracy to obstruct the free circulation of labour.

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