Re: Words Hurt

Randall R Randall (
Sat, 25 Apr 1998 16:03:03 -0400

On Sat, 25 Apr 1998 14:24:11 +0200 "Erik Moeller"
<> writes:
>>There are few, if any, free markets today. There will be few, if any,
>>sunrise tomorrow morning. This does not demonstrate that there could
>>be or should not be a lot more free markets in the future.
>Taking a look at the presence of what you call "free markets" now and in
>past however gives us an idea of how likely such a system is. Learn from

Ah, yes, and such a look at history would have no doubt
given Benjamin Franklin a good idea as to whether, say,
horseless carraiges were likely.
History is so influenced by accident and starting conditions
that it is practically useless for determining the possible.

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