Difference between revisions of "Laissez faire"

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Laissez fair economists were people in England who wanted government to stay out of businesses. They believed that the idea of supply and demand was better than government regulations.
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Laissez faire economists were people in England who wanted government to stay out of businesses. They believed that the idea of supply and demand was better than government regulations. Laissez faire translates into, "Do what you will."

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Laissez faire economists were people in England who wanted government to stay out of businesses. They believed that the idea of supply and demand was better than government regulations. Laissez faire translates into, "Do what you will."