A series of miscellaneous thoughts on such things as behaviorism, Charles
Reich, the difficulty of central planning, the need for central planning,
inherent selfishness, deficiencies of utilitarianism, the state as necessary
for the soul, the importance of manners and religion, nonseparation of church
and state, the need for competition, the need for experimentation by the state,
the need for public education to create a bond between citizens, and other
When he is good he is good, and when he is bad he is bad.
Year Read: 1975
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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