When is Voluntary Choice Really Voluntary?

This lecture discusses when a voluntary choice is not really voluntary. Capitalism constantly tries to find new ways to make better stuff more cheaply and allocate a fixed amount of resources. What counts as voluntary? Is it possible to be coerced by circumstance? An overriding question raised in this lecture is: what is justice in market pricing?

Source: Michael C. Munger
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