Competition and the Constitution

Christopher DeMuth

National Affairs | 2011

“Is there too much or too little competition in American life? Does competition promote growth and progress, or selfishness and inequality? Is it fair and efficient, or does it merely let the strong prey on the weak? And what is the alternative? Can competition be tamed and improved by government and union power, or is that a recipe for lethargy and self-dealing?”

Image: “Hamilton’s Treasury” by Tyler Merbler | Flickr, CC BY 2.0

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