Libertarianism in Japan
Boaz, David, Freeman
The publication of a primer on libertarianism in Japan is another sign of two heartening developments: the continuing process of the world's people being drawn closer together, and the worldwide spread of the ideas of peace and freedom at the end of a century of war and statism.
Americans, and especially American libertarians, find much to admire in the Japanese people: their strong families, their commitment to education, their strong sense of individual responsibility, their peaceful and democratic society, and their productive entrepreneurship that has given the world so much material progress over the past 50 years. The Japanese can take much pride in their economic success, …
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Publication information: Article title: Libertarianism in Japan. Contributors: Boaz, David - Author. Magazine title: Freeman. Volume: 49. Issue: 1 Publication date: January 1999. Page number: 38+. © Foundation for Economic Education, Incorporated Jan/Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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