Category Archives: Readings

Peter Vallentyne “Left Libertarianism: A Primer”

One of the central differences between “left” and “right” libertarianism is the status of natural resources and land.  What justification can be given for, and what restrictions placed upon, original acquisition?  This book chapter is a nice overview of left … Continue reading

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David Hume on English Liberty.

This is an excerpt from his History of England. Source:  Online Library of Liberty, Liberty Fund, Inc.  

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David Hume

One of the best critiques of social contract theory: Of The Original Contract.

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Kaizen 15 — the Eduardo Marty interview

The latest issue of Kaizen [pdf] features Stephen Hicks’ interview with the excellent Eduardo Marty, founder of Junior Achievement in Argentina as well as in several other south and central American countries — including Cuba, before he and his professors were … Continue reading

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Banned Books

The American Library Association publishes a list of challenged and banned classics.  They also make available free downloads for banned books week.

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