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About Us: Explaining Liberty to Liberals, Democratic Socialists, Neo-Conservatives and Fascist Alike
Liberty knows no compromise
Table of Contents
A Condensed Version of For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto by Murray N. Rothbard
by Murray N. Rothbard
Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume
Chapter 1: The Libertarian Heritage: The American Revolution and Classical Liberalism After the Revolution; Resistance to Liberty; Decay From Within
Chapter 2: Property and Exchange The Nonaggression Axiom; Property Rights; Society and the Individual; Free Exchange and Free Contract; Property Rights and "Human Rights"
Chapter 3: The State The State as Aggressor; The State and the Intellectuals
Part II: Libertarian Applications to Current Problems
Chapter 5: Involuntary Servitude Conscription; The Army; Anti-Strike Laws; The Tax System; The Courts; Compulsory Commitment
Chapter 6: Personal Liberty Freedom of Speech; Freedom of Radio and Television; Pornography; Sex Laws; Wiretapping; Gambling; Narcotics and Other Drugs; Police Corruption; Gun Laws
Chapter 7: Education Public and Compulsory Schooling; Uniformity or Diversity?; Burdens and Subsidies; Higher Education
Chapter 8: Welfare and the Welfare State Why the Welfare Crisis?; Burdens and Subsidies of the Welfare State; What Can Government Do?; The Negative Income Tax
Chapter 9: Inflation and the Business Cycle: The Collapse of the Keynesian Paradigm Introduction; Money and Inflation; The Federal Reserve and Fractional Reserve Banking; Bank Credit and the Business Cycle
Chapter 11: The Public Sector, II: Streets and Roads Protecting the Streets; Street Rules; Pricing Streets and Roads
Chapter 12: The Public Sector, III: Police, Law, and the Courts Police Protection; The Courts; The Law and the Courts; Outlaw Protectors; National Defense
Chapter 13: Conservation, Ecology, and Growth Liberal Complaints;The Attack on Technology and Growth; Conservation of Resources; Pollution
Chapter 14: War and Foreign Policy "Isolationism" Left and Right; Limiting Government; American Foreign Policy;Isolationist Criticisms; War as the Health of the State; Soviet Foreign Policy; Avoiding A Priori History; A Foreign Policy Program; Disarmament
Part III: Epilogue
Chapter 15: A Strategy for Liberty Education: Theory and Movement; Are We "Utopians"?; Is Education Enough?; Which Groups?; Why Liberty Will Win; Toward a Free America
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