He continually looks at the incentives created: bureaucrats for paperwork, politicians for intervention, lawyers for unintelligible laws, doctors for licenses, etc. The one drawback is his hedonism. The only reason he can give for sacrificing one's time to fight the system is on the chance that your efforts will make the margin of difference. If the movement would win without you or lose despite you, then you shouldn't bother.
Year Read: 1982
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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