Libertarianism: What Everyone Needs to Know

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INDEX

A
Abortion rights, 83
Absolute rights
defined, 111
nature of, liberty and, 40–41
Acquisition, principle of justice in, 131–32
Acton, Lord, 55, 63
Adam Smith Institute, 183
ADM. See Archer Daniels Midland
Afghanistan, NATO forces, 155
African Americans
and capital punishment, 85–86
racial injustice, 100–101
social justice and the poor, 145, 147
and War on Drugs, 88, 89
AFT. See American Federation of Teachers (AFT)
Agribusiness, 144
Alexander, Michelle, 86
Allison, John, 25
Al Qaeda, 34
Altruism, 42
AMA. See American Medical Association (AMA)
American Civil Liberties Union, 14
American Civil War. See Civil War
American Constitution. See US Constitution
American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 163
American Medical Association (AMA), 159
American National Election Studies, 24, 172
American Revolutionary War. See Revolutionary War
Anarchists, libertarians as, 57–60
“Arab Spring,” 184
Archer Daniels Midland, 119, 134–35
Arrow, Kenneth, 118
Articles of Confederation, 74–75
Association for Liberal Thinking, 183
Atheism, 50–51
Atlas Shrugged (Rand), 20
Authority over others, 5
Avenir Suisse, 183
Avocations of libertarians, 3–4

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction xi
  • 1 - The Basics of Libertarianism 1
  • 2 - The Nature and Value of Liberty 26
  • 3 - Human Nature and Ethics 42
  • 4 - Government and Democracy 54
  • 5 - Civil Rights 81
  • 6 - Economic Freedom 105
  • 7 - Social Justice and the Poor 129
  • 8 - Contemporary Problems 150
  • 9 - Politics- Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow 172
  • Glossary 185
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 191
  • Index 199
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