sdoonan Wrote:
Nov 14, 2012 8:39 AM
The author: "That's the unappreciated benefit of freely fluctuating prices. They get people to do voluntarily what's in the social interest -- conserve on goods and services that have become scarce." So-- If the price of a loaf of bread doubles, so I can only afford to buy half a loaf and be hungry most of the day, that's a good thing?