Closed boarders is anti free market and anti libertarian
If free market capitalism espouses that an unregulated market produces the the best outcomes by market forces, and if labor is the most basic good sold in the market, doesn’t that require open boarders to allow the free flow of goods? Otherwise the market is unbalanced in favor of the purchaser of labor as the flow of labor is restricted. Sellers of labor need to be able to sell there goods in all markets to allow for competitive market forces that truly balance.
What are your thoughts on this?
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