Free-market Economics and the Ford Pinto case

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    As I continue on to my next Business Ethics essay, I am not required to write about the ethics/morality of the Ford Pinto case. However, for the life of me, I can not find any real references to this that isn’t Pro-Gov’t regulation. It’s quite discouraging. I’ve search the Mises site, Libertarian Papers, hell, even Rothbard’s Libertarian Forum which was in that area. Can anyone recall any actual literature done that give this case a fair shake? Seems that many have used it as a way to attack the free-market, yet I find no reply, other then that damn Milton Friedman video on Youtube.


    Here’s a short piece addressing consumer protection on the free market. Take a look at the citations for more sources.

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