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on August 8, 2016
Rothbard was an amazing and intelligent man. Rothbard's logic is very consistent, something rare in this day and age where our economy is ruled by Keynesian supporters. This book is incredible. Even if one still prefers a state, this book is an incredibly important read. Highly recommended.
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on April 2, 2015
A must read for any libertarian, AnCap, or fan of Rothbard. I would recommend Rothbard in general but the libs and cons aren't very tolerant of ideas that expose their moral inconsistency, lack of understanding of economics and history, and incapability to remain skeptical of what they think they think they know.
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on September 12, 1998
Murray Newton Rothbard's classic hard-hitting defense of property-rights-based libertarianism is deservedly back in print, with a valuable new introduction by Hans-Hermann Hoppe that alone is worth the price of the book even for those who already own the original. Prof. Hoppe helpfully locates Rothbard in libertarian scholarly tradition, explains why Rothbard's work was unjustly ignored while unsystematic but "tolerant" thinkers like Robert Nozick were unfairly elevated, refutes the major criticisms that have been offered of Rothbard's work since the original publication of _The Ethics of Liberty_, and effectively argues that for natural-law theorist Rothbard, libertarianism was not "libertinism" but socially quite conservative. Also helpful is the new format, in which the book's former end-notes are arranged in footnote style rather than collected at the end of each chapter.
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on May 5, 2017
Grandsons book.
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on October 19, 2016
Essential for anyone who wishes to understand real individual freedom and liberty.
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on May 11, 2015
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on August 5, 2016
I have debated hundreds of liberals from Stanford and Berkley economist, to top lawyers using Rothbard logic and I have completely obliterate them. In fact I no longer believe in competent liberals"Socialist".
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on March 3, 2015
Great Book!
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on January 1, 2015
Good read.
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on October 25, 2012
This is an essential read for anyone who wants to understand liberty at its most fundamental levels. Does NOT get bogged down in abstract concepts and flighty philosophical language. Instead this text delivers clear and logical explanations. I would recommend this at the top of the list.
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