Laissez Faire

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Laissez Faire is a phrase often used in the early Party to describe Libertarian philosophy. It is a French term which mean "leave alone," and when applied to government, means "no interference." The 1972 Statement of Principles called for laissez faire capitalism which was changed in 1974 to "free market capitalism."

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