Great Thinkers in Classical Liberalism

Great Thinkers in Classical Liberalism: The LockeSmith Review Volume I is a collection of articles written by college students in support of classical liberalism. The best ones are: Also, Marcus S. Lee in "Property Rights and Conservation" makes the observation:
... animal rights organizations are attempting to take the economic value out of certain animals. The result is the elimination of any incentive for human beings to preserve these creatures, p. 182

Year Read: 1997


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