Tesla, the electric car maker, has a business model that by-passes the franchise system and sells cars directly to consumers. One would think that, in America—which allegedly stands for free market capitalism—Tesla's direct-sales model would be uncontroversial.
As anyone who follows the news in New Jersey knows, one would be wrong. But the Tesla issue runs deeper than the headlines. As I explain in my latest Objective Standard blog post, Tesla is not only a victim of government coercion: There's another side to that coin.
My post, Government Victimizes and Favors Tesla by Violating Rights of All, tells the whole story—and how to resolve the issues fairly for everyone.
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