Laissez Faire

  • (noun): The doctrine that government should not interfere in commercial affairs.
    Synonyms: individualism

Some articles on laissez faire, laissez:

Laissez-faire - History of Laissez-faire Debate - Europe
... In Europe the laissez faire movement was first widely promoted by the physiocrats, a movement that originated with Jean-Claude Vincent de Gournay, a successful merchant ... Quesnay had the ear of the King of France, Louis XV, and in 1754 persuaded him to give laissez faire a try ... the newspaper The Economist was founded and became an influential voice for laissez-faire capitalism ...
Laissez Faire Books
... Laissez Faire Books (LFB) is an online bookseller that was originally based in New York City when it first opened in 1972 ... From 1982 until 2007, Laissez Faire Books operated as a division of two separate non-profit corporations, the Center for Independent Thought from 1982 to 2004, and the Center for Libertarian Thought from ... In March 2011, Agora Financial acquired Laissez Faire Books ...
Ashish Gulhati - Security and Privacy
... In 1999, he was involved with Laissez Faire City, where he developed Laissez Faire City's OpenPGP compatible messaging engine, and also deployed secure wireless links ...
A Smith - Legacy - As A Symbol of Free Market Economics
... argues that, while Smith did not coin the term laissez-faire, "it was left to Adam Smith to identify the more-general set of principles that brought ... However, other writers have argued that Smith's support for laissez-faire (which in French means leave alone) has been overstated ... a partial and misleading vision of Smith, portraying him as an "extreme dogmatic defender of laissez-faire capitalism and supply-side economics" ...
Index Of Politics Articles - L
... Labour Party (UK) - Labour law - Labour movement - Labour voucher - Laissez-faire - Laissez-faire capitalism - Laissez faire - Lake Ontario Waterkeeper - Land and liberty (slogan) - Land ...

Famous quotes related to laissez faire:

    The scope of modern government in what it can and ought to accomplish for its people has been widened far beyond the principles laid down by the old ‘laissez faire’ school of political rights, and the widening has met popular approval.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)