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William Niskanen

If each individual has the opportunity to exploit his or her own comparative advantage which means that they have the opportunity to do what they do best relative to other people. That means that there should be no artificial restrictions on the division of labor, on what can be traded and sold, and so forth. That's the most general condition.

Cato Institute Chairman Emeritus and Senior Economist, William Niskanen