Special interests increasingly use government to lessen competition and secure favours at taxpayer expense.
Societies where free enterprise prevails have the highest standards of living.
The prime minister has mandated the end of new vehicle sales that emit greenhouse gases by 2035.
The goals of "stakeholder" capitalism include environmental concerns such as protecting forests.
Societies that rely more on individuals to make decisions, rather than government, enjoy greater social progress.
Free markets, not central planning, deliver economic growth and social harmony.
Businesses can only succeed by benefiting their customers—unless granted special treatment by government.
Eastern Europe's socialist economies opted for different paths to market liberalization.
Central planners lack the knowledge and incentives to respond to consumer wants and needs.