Where the Price is Right

“We live in a time when the government assumes way too much regulatory responsibility for food and drugs, and we should recognize that this does not eliminate the idea of a free market price. It just moves the free market price from the food and drugs, where it ought to be, and creates a free market price for regulators, where it ought not to be” (Confessions of a Food Catholic, p. 123-124).

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