Economic freedom

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Economic freedom is measured by the Heritage Foundation in terms of "10 factors, such as property rights, freedom to trade, and freedom from government regulation." The Heritage Foundation says, "economic freedom is a pre­condition for the development of prosperity in the long run." [1]

  • ...economic freedom is highly correlated with economic progress, liberty and well-being.[1]


  1. America in free-fall: Economic freedom in the U.S. is dropping fast - Richard Rahn, Washington Times