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Libertarian Utopia of Marketopia, POLS 2300 UofU Midterm review

What is the principle of society? Market
What is for sale? Anything that two consenting adults are willing to trade for. (Drugs, sex, organs, etc)
What is Justice? Justice is anything that wae agree it should be. eg: minimum wage is illegitimate, in a free market we ought be able to work for whatever wage we agree to, there should be no federally mandated minimum
Maternalism? Nope, there are no other values aside from market values. eg: mothers ought only view their children as a relationship between the cost of raising them v. their potential future income.
What gets sacrificed? eguality, faitness, and social goods such as parks, roads, police, etc.
Thesis; Government insistance of social goods and equality trample over individual rights to the market. The individual right not to be coerced is more important than "social good".
Created by: aniytlia