laissez-faire

[ les-ey-fair; French le-sey-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF laissez-faire
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But 'laissez-faire' is not the best but only the second best.

I do not think that success in this struggle will come through the policy of laissez-faire.

Indeed, in that sense, there never has been any laissez-faire school.

The doctrine of Laissez-Faire is the sinew of her policy toward the European states.

Glaubmann flapped his right hand in a gesture of laissez-faire.

Laissez-faire, Supply-and-demand,—one begins to be weary of all that.

Why has the laissez-faire theory in economics been largely abandoned?

It was born of steam-driven machinery and conceived in laissez-faire.

He charged it with inspiring the inhumanity and anarchy of the laissez-faire economy.

She grew more and more to advocate the laissez-faire system.

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