I’ve read plenty of material from think tanks that promote laissez-faire and one thing that I have seen a lot of from them is that they will either:
- Say that non-laissez-faire policies only benefit special interests,
- Claim proponents of non-laissez-faire policies are special interest groups.
It’s incredibly convenient that they don’t call proponents of laissez-faire “special interests”, isn’t it? It’s totally transparent and I’ve never seen anyone else jump on this tendency of free market activists.