Market for Liberty

Market for Liberty
Title Market for Liberty PDF eBook
Author Linda Tannehill
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institute
Pages 177
Release 1970
Genre Free enterprise
ISBN 1610163958

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The Market for Liberty (Large Print Edition)

The Market for Liberty (Large Print Edition)
Title The Market for Liberty (Large Print Edition) PDF eBook
Author Morris Tannehill
Publisher CreateSpace
Pages 174
Release 2015-07-29
Genre
ISBN 9781515162827

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LARGE PRINT EDITION! More at LargePrintLiberty.com. Some great books are the product of a lifetime of research, reflection, and labored discipline. But other classics are written in a white heat during the moment of discovery, with prose that shines forth like the sun pouring into the window of a time when a new understanding brings in the world into focus for the first time. "The Market for Liberty" is that second type of classic, and what a treasure it is. Written by two authors-Morris and Linda Tannehill-just following a period of intense study of the writings of both Ayn Rand and Murray Rothbard, it has the pace, energy, and rigor you would expect from an evening's discussion with either of these two giants. More than that, these authors put pen to paper at precisely the right time in their intellectual development, that period rhapsodic freshness when a great truth had been revealed, and they had to share it with the world. Clearly, the authors fell in love with liberty and the free market, and wrote an engaging, book-length sonnet to these ideas. This book is very radical in the true sense of that term: it gets to the root of the problem of government and provides a rethinking of the whole organization of society. They start at the beginning with the idea of the individual and his rights, work their way through exchange and the market, expose government as the great enemy of mankind, and then-and here is the great surprise-they offer a dramatic expansion of market logic into areas of security and defense provision. Their discussion of this controversial topic is integrated into their libertarian theoretical apparatus. It deals with private arbitration agencies in managing with disputes and criminality, the role of insurers in providing profitable incentives for security, and private agencies in their capacity as protection services. It's for this reason that Hoppe calls this book an "outstanding yet much neglected analysis of the operation of competition."

Market for Liberty

Market for Liberty
Title Market for Liberty PDF eBook
Author Linda Tannehill
Publisher
Pages
Release 2011
Genre
ISBN 9781610162456

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The Market for Liberty

The Market for Liberty
Title The Market for Liberty PDF eBook
Author Morris Tannehill
Publisher
Pages 169
Release 1970
Genre Free enterprise
ISBN

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Liberty, Desert and the Market

Liberty, Desert and the Market
Title Liberty, Desert and the Market PDF eBook
Author Serena Olsaretti
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Pages 194
Release 2004-09-23
Genre Philosophy
ISBN 1139456105

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Are inequalities of income created by the free market just? In this book Serena Olsaretti examines two main arguments that justify those inequalities: the first claims that they are just because they are deserved, and the second claims that they are just because they are what free individuals are entitled to. Both these arguments purport to show, in different ways, that giving responsible individuals their due requires that free market inequalities in incomes be allowed. Olsaretti argues, however, that neither argument is successful, and shows that when we examine closely the principle of desert and the notions of liberty and choice invoked by defenders of the free market, it appears that a conception of justice that would accommodate these notions, far from supporting free market inequalities, calls for their elimination. Her book will be of interest to a wide range of readers in political philosophy, political theory and normative economics.

The Market for Liberty

The Market for Liberty
Title The Market for Liberty PDF eBook
Author Morris Tannehill
Publisher Laissez Faire Books
Pages 169
Release 1993-10-01
Genre Free enterprise
ISBN 9780930073084

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Liberty Reader

Liberty Reader
Title Liberty Reader PDF eBook
Author David Miller
Publisher Routledge
Pages 304
Release 2017-07-05
Genre Political Science
ISBN 1351560263

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For centuries past, the quest for liberty has driven political movements across the globe, inspiring revolutions in America, France, China and many other countries. Now, we have Iraq and the idea of liberation through preemption. What is this liberty that is so fervently pursued? Does it mean a private space for individuals, the capacity for free and rational choice, or collective self-rule? What is the difference between positive and negative liberty, or the relationship between freedom and coercion? Reflecting on these questions reveals a surprisingly rich landscape of ideas - and further questions. "The Liberty Reader" collects twelve of the most important and insightful essays on issues of freedom currently available. It is essential reading for students of social and political theory, political philosophy, and anyone who wants a deeper understanding of the variety of ideas and ideals behind perennial human strivings for liberty.