(CNN) – Harvard researchers are warning parents their kids can get nicotine poisoning from "candy-like" tobacco products. Our Dr. Sanjay Gupta has the report.
Commentary on the "free" market. The free market concept argues that the market will correct itself. If parents notice that one their children has died from eating nicotine-filled gumballs, they will exercise their freedom to choose another candy for their surviving children.
The vendor of poison candy will then go out of business as consumers who are unhappy about the deaths of their children choose other products.
Thus, there is no need for socialist regulation. All is well with the world.
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