Laissez Faire Laissez Passer - Poem by Abdullah alHemaidy
Give me a break! Shall you?
You say that you are free in free society
While your liberty is stolen!
By that freedom, so, let it be
Let them do as they will
Let them enjoy their marginal utility
Or leave it alone.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
(Trans: 'Let it be, that should be the motto of all public powers, since the world was civilized... That we cannot grow except by lowering our neighbors is a detestable notion! Only malice and malignity of heart is satisfied with such a principle and our (national) interest is opposed to it. Let it be, for heaven's sake! Let it be!) As quoted in J.M. Keynes,1926, 'The End of Laissez Faire'. Argenson's Mémoirs were published only in 1858, ed. Jannet, Tome V, p.362. See A. Oncken (Die Maxime Laissez faire et laissez passer, ihr Ursprung, ihr Werden,1866) .
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