In the sentence, "Maximum total utility is assured only in a pure free market economy"
Which one is the SUFF and which one is NEC?
Is it Maximum total utility -> pure free market economy?
or is it
pure free market economy - maximum total utility?
I am leaning towards the first one because "only" indicates NEC. However, it seems like the word "assured" is saying that maximum total utility is the NEC part....
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Don't let the "assured" part mess you up. The first clause is "MTU assured" and the second is "PFME." Only indicates the nec, so MTU then PFME.