Finally, we reach the third article, Free Economy and Social Order. I find this article difficult to understand at once for the writer’s use of terms is not the usual ones popularized in the mainstream academic institution. Anyway, I tried to grasp what Ropke is trying to say. To me, he speaks about the necessity of an intellectual atmosphere and social order friendly to economic activity for free market to thrive. Without this social order, any appearance of free market is actually an artificial device created by a socialist state. It is not real free market, but a highly centralized machinery created by the state.