By Victor George, Paul Wilding
First released in 1985. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.
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114 That means a market system rather than publicly organised services. A fifth charge leveUed by the anti-coHectivists is that state provision of welfare is fundamentally inefficient. Because bureaucratically provided services are less responsive to particular needs than market systems they will be less efficient at meeting those needs. The lack of competition in welfare provision will lead to ossification and a lack of experiment and innovation. Lees describes the absence of competition in the National Health Service as one of the service's most serious weaknesses.
Lack of respect for law is infectious. It spreads even to those laws that 'everyone regards as moral and proper - laws against violence, theft and vandalism'. 'Hard as it may be to believe' he continues, and indeed belief is not entirely easy, 'the growth of crude criminality in Britain in recent decades may well be one consequence of the drive for equality. t33 What the anti-collectivists oppose is attempts to further or secure equality of outcome. Three other kinds of equality they find quite acceptable - equality of general rules, that is that laws apply to all citizens equally - equality of civil and political rights and equality of opportunity.
The anticollectivists are convinced that the market system is the great engine of economic growth making possible a more sophisticated, complex, efficient and responsive economy. 'Wherever the free market has been permitted to operate' , Friedman argues, , . the ordinary man has been able to attain levels of living never dreamed of before. e. commodities and services) than we are able to secure in any other way'. 57 . Friedman indignantly repudiates the 'myth' that free market capitalism is 'a system under which the rich exploit the poor'.
Ideology and Social Welfare by Victor George, Paul Wilding