Aristotle on Public Finance and Monopolies

Aristotle on Public Finance and Monopolies

The “device for getting money is of universal application, and is nothing but the creation of a monopoly. It is an art often practiced by cities when they are in want of money; they make a monopoly of provisions.”–Aristotle

Just sayin….

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