Here’s a great example of how “economic” conflicts disappear when operating without money, and where allocative efficiency takes over: Assistant Secretary of EPA Gina McCarthy, in Senate hearings for her nomination as new agency chief, was pressed to take into account how making rulings to ensure cleaning and cooling our environment would wreck “small businesses” because of the cost burden. Without “money” as intermediary, the priorities are clear! Environmental protection would be a priority that would not be “expensive.” It would provide creative jobs for talented and knowledgeable workers. These would be shifted from other, less acute needs. The small businessman’s services would already have been sanctioned by “Best Practices” developed by the professionals in each field. All business would be generated by a Priority schedule that wants services!