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May 22, 2009


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Even if one accepts the argument that “every market is thoroughly regulated” (which, of course, the 1996 Chicago Board of Trade example doesn’t prove), freedom does not become “meaningless.” Among thoroughly regulated markets, regulation certainly isn’t uniform. Some heavily regulated markets provide greater freedom than others. And the desire for freedom may give society a meaningful way to choose among stringent regulations.

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