He is weak on rights. He sees nothing wrong with taxation, government services, rule of law, fiddling with the money supply (with some discretion). He also believes that neighborhood effects are a problem that requires government to solve.
Although he appreciates the benefits of liberty, his real love is for rule of law, which he believes makes liberty and civilization possible.
This is a valuable reference work for libertarians. It has many good footnotes and lucid explanations of social problems and their history.
Year Read: 1975
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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