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market anarchy

Definition of market anarchy

Noun

market anarchy (uncountable)

  1. A form of social organization where individuals are free to trade for any commodity, including those usually reserved to the state.
  2. A form of social organization where individuals are politically free.

See also

  • chosen aggression principle
  • value system

References

References:

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