Market for Liberty

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Ludwig von Mises Institute, 1970 - Free enterprise - 169 pages

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This book was different than what it was sold to me as. It was sold to me as a pathway, a map, for how to get to a completely libertarian society. While there is some of that, it was onl in "Section ... Read full review

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An extraordinary clear argument for freedom—it’s a must read for anyone who believes in freedom. For anyone interested in a truly free society and its functionality this book has to be at the top of the list. This book sums up any doubt concerning a free society, not only the moral argument but also the practical economic argument. I was an Anarcho-Capitalist before I read this book, but The Market for Liberty has greatly enhanced the clarity of my own position and thoughts. The Market for Liberty does an outstanding job at remaining both logically consistent and morally consistent from start to finish. Only the ideology of freedom and liberty can achieve such consistency. 

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