Black markets are the most fascinating thing in the world because not only are they a keen demonstration of what people will do to help themselves, but they make for an unparalleled commentary on the effects of price ceilings, price floors, the fallout of subsidies, prohibition and good old shortages.
You’re saying who cares and I say that you would readily partake in one if prohibition or shortages grew too harsh or tiresome.
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For those criticising (poor) people for trading in black markets, think about this.
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- neightkelly said: And they always exist. No matter what government’s do they will not end the black market.
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