[ adjective ] with minimally restricted freedom in commerce
Used in print(Musical America, LXXXI:5...)
Nevertheless , Prokofieff was much influenced by Paris during the Twenties : the Paris which was the artistic center of the Western World - the social Paris to which Russian aristocracy migrated - the chic Paris which attracted the tourist dollars of rich America - the avant-garde Paris of Diaghileff , Stravinsky , Koussevitzky , Cocteau , Picasso - the laissez-faire Paris of Dadaism and ultramodern art - the Paris sympathique which took young composers to her bosom with such quick and easy enthusiasms .(Morton A. Kaplan and Nicholas de B. Katzenbach,...)
Particularly was this true as laissez-faire capitalism became the dominant credo of Western society .