The essays of this book offer evidence and arguments for peace. The writers advance peace not merely as a moral ideal or even a desrable goal, but as an eminently practical objective. The essays are anchored in sound history, economic reality empirical psychology, political science, and hard-headed logic, as well as art and the aesthetic imagination. They appeal to the mind.
Tom Palmer, Editor: There's no such thing as being "undecided"about war. It's a binary choice. If you're not for it, you have to be against it.
Tom G. Palmer, Editor
Atlas Network has initiated a worldwide moral and intellectual campaign for free enterprise. They promote honest debate on morality and capitalism, liberty and individual choices. Atlas consists of more than 400 indipendent, freemarket think thanks and organizations that are based in the U.S. and in more than 80 countries.
Tom G. Palmer, Editor is a libertarian author and theorist, a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute and Vice President for International Programs at the Atlas Network.