Professor Walter E. Williams discusses how free market forces benefit the average consumer and finishes up with what he calls Williams' Law.
Whenever the profit incentive is missing, the probability that peoples wants can be safely ignored is the greatest. If a poll were taken asking people which services they are most satisfied with and which they are most dissatisfied with, for-profit organizations (supermarkets, computer companies and video stores) would dominate the first list while non-profit organizations (schools, offices of motor vehicle registration) would dominate the latter. In a free economy, the pursuit of profits and serving people are one and the same. No one argues that the free enterprise system is perfect, but its the closest we will come here on Earth.
I completely agree. It is time we start eliminating government run schools.