Add comment on:Labor Solidarity in Neoliberal Structural Change
The self-regulating market and the invisible hand were neoliberal theories of Frederick August von Hayek and Milton Friedman. Submission to the market was described as a natural law, as natural and self-evident as the rotation of the planets. Solidarity and unions were decried as barriers to the market. The core belief was trust in markets without state interference.
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