Freedom and Authority

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Black Rose Books, 1989 - Political Science - 300 pages
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Traces the intellectual heritage of the libertarian tradition and clarifies the distinctions between Marxist and Bakuninist thought. "The book initially concentrates on [John Stuart] Mill, and in the process contrasts his liberal assumptions and conclusions with those of more radical thinkers. McKercher has provided some desperately needed clarification of libertarian thinking."--The Humanist in Canada

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