Your political conversations are incomplete if they neglect this topic.
You’re likely familiar with concepts like the “free market” and the “law of supply and demand.” You’re probably well-informed enough to explain…
- Hayek’s “local knowledge problem”
- Milton Friedman’s “permanent income hypothesis”
- Mises’ “economic calculation problem”
But do you fully appreciate the difference between violent prices versus non-violent prices?
Wait, can a price really be violent or non-violent?
Yes it can be, and your political conversations will be more effective and meaningful if you share this way of thinking in your conversations.
Perry Willis explains the details in this classic article.
ZAP The State and have a nice day,
Jim Babka, Co-creator
Zero Aggression Project