Which is the game whose dealings end up influencing the annual turnovers of major casinos across the globe? Which game is the favourite of the ‘high rollers’ or the casino’s crème de la crème? It is the game that was once a penchant for the French royalty and has been shown in most of the Bond movies. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it is Baccarat.
Laissez Faire is a term that finds its etymological roots in the French language, in which it means ‘allowed to do’. Also referred to as ‘let it be’ economics, Laissez Faire refers to a sect of political thought that does not favor political interference in private sector free markets. It was claimed to have first been first coined by Marquis D’Argenson, who was to later become Louis XV’s foreign minister during the Austrian War, in his work titled Memoires, published in 1736.
Various political groups throughout American history have made it their clarion call, right from Thomas Jefferson to recent political leaders such as Ron Paul.