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It's a bit stubby, I know, but maybe someone can flesh it out? Thanks in advance! Human 21:11, 5 May 2007 (EDT)

I don't think this is what is usually meant by "barrier to entry". Isn't it more often an artificial, anti-competitive barrier? In some cities, a barber or hairdresser must take a six-month course and pass an anatomy test - not because of a desire on the part of the city fathers to ensure competence or safety, but rather to protect the jobs of established workers. --Ed Poor Talk 13:57, 26 December 2009 (EST)
The ideas in this article seems to have been copied from Wikipedia, where the article makes free markets look "closed" - another typical case of anti-Capitalist bias. --Ed Poor Talk 14:58, 26 December 2009 (EST)