The Libertarian Reader provides a good overview of libertarian thought, but no one collection can do justice to the richness of libertarianism or to the range of problems to which one can apply libertarian insights in illuminating or practical ways. The reader includes a number of the canonical works of the libertarian traditions, either excerpted or in their entirety. This short guide is a supplement to the texts, intended for those who wish to explore further the foundations, implications, and promise of libertarianism. I have not generally listed works already represented in this reader, although those that are merely excerpted usually merit reading in full.
Translation Tuesday: from Looking at Pictures by Robert Walser
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This edition includes two articles by Ayn Rand which did not appear in the hardcover edition: The Wreckage of the Consensus," which presents the Objectivists views on Vietnam and the draft; and Requiem for Man," an answer to the Papal encyclical Progresso Populorum. Ayn Rand was once asked if she could present the essence of her philosophy while standing on one foot. Read full review. In these papers collected from her cultist Objectivist News-Letter, the white goddess of laissez-faire capitalism continues the fervent dialogue between herself and those minds most at ease in the Account Options Sign in. My library Help Advanced Book Search. View eBook.
To A Mouse By Robert Burns
It is only. What it lacks in length, it makes up in rage, principally directed toward Ralph Nader, the consumer advocate. The book, by Robert Hessen, offers a historical interpretation that corporations are institutions created by contract instead of creatures of the state.
Clausewitz Ww2. In the anecdotes assembled here, Eisenhower remembers his tour of duty in the Canal Zone, life with young wife Mamie, and how, on patrol in tropical terrain, he was tutored in Clausewitz, Tacitus, and Plato by a little-known and wonderful general named Fox Conner. It follows that if war is an essential instrument of policy, then the military objectives of the war should support the political objectives, which also shape the scope and intensity of the military operations.