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Clasificación:
320.512 R719:2
Título:
Busting myths about the state and the libertarian alternative. --
Edición:
2 ed.
Imp / Ed.:
Auburn, AL, Estados Unidos : Mises Institute, c2018.
Descripción:
221 p. ; 23 cm.
Contenido:
I. The statist's view. -- II. Myths about the nature of the state. -- III. The free market. -- IV. Myths justifying the need for the state. -- V. Busting the myths about libertarianism. -- VI. Why does it matter? --
Resumen:
Tomado de Amazon: "In non-technical terms, the libertarian is simply someone who is against the use of force against peaceful people in civil society. You would think that this would be a universally accepted idea, but to believe in government as we know it is to be at odds with this idea. There are many popular myths that are used to try to justify the existence of the state, and also many popular myths about libertarianism and the free market. This book explodes both sets of myths, and is both a primer for those taking a first look at these topics, as well as a tool for libertarians looking to sharpen their advocacy." --
ISBN:
9781610166966
Notas:
Incluye guía de lecturas (Pp. 219-221).

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