ISI Debate - Free Market Economy
One of the six values that form ISI’s core beliefs is a free market economy. Allocating resources by the free play of supply and demand is the single economic system compatible with the requirements of a free society, and also the most productive and efficient supplier of human needs.
In the wake of recent economic challenges, and with the prospect of both present and future difficulties, we must inquire about what sort of economic conditions foster a truly free-market, and which allow for the greatest amount of human flourishing. Indeed, the question emerges: “Is capitalism in need of repair or retirement?”
John Médaille on the Front Porch Republic
John Médaille on The Distributist Review
The Distributist Review - Toward a Truly Free Market: A Review