Maybe It’s Time for A Law Against Price-Gouging After All, by David Ridenour

A Personal Reflection Free market advocates have long opposed price gouging laws on the grounds that such laws interfere with market forces and ultimately lead to shortages.  But I'm now rethinking this position. It is getting increasingly difficult to ignore ...
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