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Liberty and freedom are the conditions of man within a contractual society. Human Action p. 280; p. 282 Free Market
The democracy of the market consists in the fact that people themselves make their choices and that no dictator has the power to force them to submit to his value judgments. Human Action p. 384; p. 387 Free Market
The market economy is the social system of the division of labor under private ownership of the means of production. Everybody acts on his own behalf; but everybody's actions aim at the satisfaction of other peoples needs as well as at the satisfaction of his own. Everybody in acting serves his fellow citizens. Human Action p. 258; p. 257 Free Market
There is no kind of freedom and liberty other than the kind which the market economy brings about. In a totalitarian hegemonic society the only freedom that is left to the individual, because it cannot be denied to him, is the freedom to commit suicide. Human Action p. 280; p. 283 Free Market
The market economy safeguards peaceful economic cooperation because it does not use force upon the economic plans of the citizens. If one master plan is to be substituted for the plans of each citizen, endless fighting must emerge. Planned Chaos p. 30 Free Market
The market is a democracy in which every penny gives a right to vote. Planned Chaos pp. 25-26 Free Market
The market steers the capitalistic economy. It directs each individuals activities into those channels in which he best serves the wants of his fellow-men. The market alone puts the whole social system of private ownership of the means of production and free enterprise in order and provides it with sense and meaning. Planning for Freedom p. 72 Free Market
What gives to the individuals as much freedom as is compatible with life in society is the operation of the market economy. The constitutions and bills of rights do not create freedom. Anti-Capitalistic Mentality, The pp. 99-100 Free Market
The market economy was not devised by a master mind; it was not first planned as an utopian scheme and then put to work. Ultimate Foundation of Economic Science, The p. 109 Free Market