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We see people grouped into contentious factions, in the pursuit of different, often polar opposite, policies in the name of helping their fellow man. Anthony B. Bradley does a yeoman's job in explaining how this conflict occurs in 'The Political Economy of Liberation'--Dr. Walter E. Williams, George Mason University

«Generally people share the common goal of wanting greater well-being for our fellow man. Despite the fact of that common goal, more often than not, we see people grouped into contentious factions, in the pursuit of different, often polar opposite, policies in the name of helping their fellow man. Anthony B. Bradley does a yeoman’s job in explaining how this conflict occurs in ‘The Political Economy of Liberation’.» (Walter E. Williams, John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics, George Mason University)

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Generally people share the common goal of wanting greater well-being for our fellow man. Despite the fact of that common goal, more often than not, we see people grouped into contentious factions, in the pursuit of different, often polar opposite, policies in the name of helping their fellow man. Anthony B. Bradley does a yeoman's job in explaining how this conflict occurs in 'The Political Economy of Liberation'--Walter E. Williams, John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics, George Mason University
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