My teacher in Government 1A has asked me to write about any chapter I have read from How to ARGUE with a LIBERAL… AND WIN!, with the topic “How could voluntary arrangements solve this problem if the state did not impose the politics of plunder?” I have chosen the chapter “Government should control prices, but not people.”
This cannot happen because the government cannot control the prices without controlling the people. Price controls are basically the prices that the government tells stores to sell their products at. It’s also when the government tells tells people how much of something they can buy. This normally happens during a war or inflation. If the government tells people how much they can sell stuff for isn’t just price control, but it’s also people control.
How could voluntary arrangements solve this problem if the state did not impose the politics of plunder? You could budget and you could save your money and not waste it on junk that you don’t need