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Who benefits most in the laissez-faire economy?
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Laissez-faire is a highly-flawed theory. It actually causes poverty and economic disparity. Allowing an economic system to operate without oversight or control effectively ignores or further victimizes people most in need of aid.
Laissez-faire is an 18th-century economic philosophy that rejected government intervention in business issues. The fundamental premise behind laissez-faire, which translates to "leave alone," is that the less the government intervenes in the economy, the better off businesses and, by extension, society will be. This should benefit risk-taking companies and probably anyone with a business mindset who’d like to start any business. However, if things go awry, it could get very complicated.