As a free-market is the application of the principle of individual rights to the economic sphere of production and trade; it is the principle of rights that determine if any action is anti-competitive or not. If no rights are violated, then neither is freedom of competition. Free-competition only has a single requirement: the protection of individual rights by the banishment of physical force (including fraud) from all relationships.
- What is freedom of competition?
- What is the key to the success of capitalist competition?
- 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?
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