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Market and social equality
c) Mill was able to see an expanded role for the State in such legislation to protect us against powerful interests.
b) These markets had become rapidly dominated by powerful enterprises who were able to act in their own interests, against the interests of both workers and consumers.
e) He was able to argue that the State was the only organ that was genuinely capable of responding to social needs and social interests, unlike markets
d) Markets may be good at encouraging innovation and following trends, but they were no good at ensuring social equality.
a) There had already been some legislation to prevent such abuses - such as various Factory Act to prevent the exploitation of child workers.