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.... Market entrepreneurs have the right intent and operate within the rules. If we can circumvent these rules then there is no point in having these rules. We can clearly see that Jim does not have better products but is still able to succeed because of his connections and favors he is owed. This leads to deterioration of the skilled entrepreneurs because they know they will never be able to succeed and if they want to then they have to change their ethics and morals. Dan Conway is an example of this. Rather than fight he just gives up because he is not willing to change his ethical beliefs and values. In free market capitalism entrepreneurs get to decide how much success they will have based on the time and effort they put into their work. If society does not enable entrepreneurs to succeed than it will lead to failing economies and societies like that of socialism.
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