This is what happens in third world countries:

Venezuela orders temporary takeover of toilet paper factory

In first world countries, like the United States, we have the common sense to give the toilet paper printing franchise to the Central Bank in the first place.

Venezuela is ahead in one sense, however. They have an official government agency “called Sundecop, which enforces price controls,” Sundecop “said in a statement it would occupy one of the factories belonging to paper producer Manpa.” In the US we have to depend on hygenically challenged hippies to occupy businesses.

The cost of our independent contractors is lower though.