'In Libertarian Anarchy Gerard Casey presents a modern, clear and compelling case for anarcho-capitalism. Any lover of human freedom should read this book that very probably will set the agenda of the philosophical and political discussions of the next decades.' (Jesús Huerta de Soto, Professor of Political Economy at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain)
'Gerard Casey has written a truly astonishing book, one that relentlessly dismantles some of the most deeply embedded presuppositions in political philosophy. From now on, this will be the first book I use to persuade someone who insists on the vast benefits the state provides. A lasting and vastly significant addition to the literature.' (Thomas Woods, Senior Fellow at Ludwig von Mises Institute, USA and New York Times bestselling author)
Casey does an admirable job of representing the philosophical case for libertarian anarchism. (Alex Sager Marx & Philosophy Review of Books
A defence of libertarian anarchy, presenting a novel perspective on political philosophy and a history of the concept of anarchy.