functioning of political freedom, although serious unixersalistsrnon the right would prohahlv dcn- it. Thc' would inform us thatrnthe "free market," like political freedom, is based on "naturalrnrights" that arc uniersal and self-eidcnt; all that is needed forrnmarkets and liberal democracies to flourish indefinitely is thatrnpeople know and assent to . . .

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