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The Market for Liberty

The Market for Liberty

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Published by Ahmad Cendana
By Morris and Linda Tannehill (1970). The free market, they argue, can correct the state's tendency toward costly excesses, and can do so peacefully and voluntarily, simply by following price signals from the market itself.
By Morris and Linda Tannehill (1970). The free market, they argue, can correct the state's tendency toward costly excesses, and can do so peacefully and voluntarily, simply by following price signals from the market itself.

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Published by: Ahmad Cendana on Jun 09, 2012
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MORRIS
AND
LINDATANNEHILL
THE
MARKET
FOR
LIBERTY
 
Copyright © 1970 by Morris and Linda TannehillP. O. Box 1383Lansing, Michigan 48904All rights reserved.First Printing, March, 1970
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgments ivPART I—The Great Conflict 1Chapter 1. If We Don't Know Where We're Going 2
2.
Man and Society 6
3.
The Self-Regulating Market 16
4.
Government—An Unnecessary Evil 32PART II—A Laissez-Faire Society 43Chapter 5. A Free and Healthy Economy 446. Property—The Great Problem Solver 547.Arbitration of Disputes 658. Protection of Life and Property 779. Dealing With Coercion 88
10.
Rectification of Injustice 101
11.
Warring Defense Agencies andOrganized Crime 109
12.
Legislation and Objective Law 116
13.
Foreign Aggression 126
14.
The Abolition of War 136PART IIIHow Do We Get There? 149Chapter 15. From Government to Laissez Faire 150
16.
The Force Which Shapes the World 160

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