The Free Society

The Free Society

The Free Society

The Free Society

Synopsis

"In the tradition of Milton Friedman's 1962 classic, Capitalism and Freedom, Lansing Pollock draws on moral, political, and economic theory to defend a libertarian vision of the good society. Pollock argues that mutual consent, derived from a fundamental Kantian moral equality, is the ideal standard for judging relations between persons." Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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