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How Economic Competition Is Unlike a Darwinian Struggle

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There is a vast abyss between the story the dog-eat-dog crowd tells us about capitalism and the fact that it, in fact, has no peer when it comes to providing more abundant, and therefore cheaper, goods and services for all. Virtually all survive better, making capitalism’s competition in production dramatically anti-Darwinian.

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Gary M. Galles

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