Thia is an old argument, "each to his own, and God for us all." In underdeveloped, illeterate African cocuntries, the laissez faire economy has not produced any meaningful economic growth.
Some hands have proved longer, more powerful that the general notion that maximum of benefit was to be attained by the individual through the exercise of free, unfettered competition, and that if men were liberated from regulation and restriction in their business activities they would chose such courses of action as would to their greatest advantage, which woulld lead to maximum of benefits to the community as a whole. Is this correct?
Then let's add something else... abrogate all traffic laws and drivers, commuters to bring out their vehicles on to the road.. because they would ordinarily excersie reason.