One’s rights do not disappear when one becomes businessmen as rights are inalienable. One does not gain/lose rights by being poor; one does not lose/gain them by becoming rich. Under the law of capitalism, all men are to be held equal in rights: what they choose to do with their rights determines their fate (economic position).
- Are competition and cooperation opposites?
- Do individuals lose their rights when they enter business?
- How does one determine if a given action is anti-competitive or not?
- Do consumers have extra “consumer rights” in additional to individual rights?
- Doesn’t freedom of competition mean an “equal playing field”?
- What is the difference between competition under capitalism and competition under collectivist societies?
- What is freedom of competition?
- What is the key to the success of capitalist competition?
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