James M. Buchanan
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Milton Friedman's book Essays in Positive Economics (1953) is a collection of earlier articles by the author with as its lead an original essay "The Methodology of Positive Economics," on which this...
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The Futile Attempt to Suppress the Human Spirit
Автор(и) : Louis E. Carabini
Издател : Ludwig von Mises Institute
Място на издаване : Auburn, Alabama, USA
Година на издаване : 2008
ISBN : 978-1-933550-29-9
Брой страници : 112
Език : английски
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Inclined to Liberty is the FAQ of libertarian philosophy. It’s a great way to answer the more personal questions that are sure to be the focal point of any casual discussion of libertarian principles. For example, Carabini covers, in some detail, what exactly is inequality and if it is really a bad thing? Does the accumulation of wealth make you bad? What about people that just seem to be born with all the luck and those that seem to be in desperate need of it?
In a clear and concise manner, Carabini tackles these issues and more, making Inclined to Liberty a great book for those approaching the subject for the first time. This is a good and bad thing; good because it’s immensely accessible, bad because you will find yourself repeatedly giving away your copy to friends.
"WHILE WRITING THIS BOOK, I often asked myself, “Why write this at all? Will I come up with such an unusual view that someone with a socialist bent will, after reading it, suddenly exclaim, ‘Oh! Now I concur’?” Hardly! Writing may not gain advocates, but it does help to codify one’s own thoughts and beliefs.
I have often wondered why those with strong opinions about social affairs are always attracted toward one of two opposing poles. There are those inclined to liberty—freedom of the individual to live his or her life in any peaceful way. And there are those who are inclined to mastery—permitting others to live their lives only as another sees fit.
– LOUIS E. CARABINI
Louis E. Carabini received a B.A. in Pre-Medical Studies at UCLA in 1952, founded Monex, a precious metals trading company, in 1967, and currently resides in Southern California.
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