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Rational Individualism: A Moral Argument For Limited Government & Capitalism

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Rational Individualism: A Moral Argument for Limited Government & Capitalism is written by a leading libertarian, free-market advocate. The book explains why individual rights to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness are critical for a civilized society. The book demonstrates how socialism always leads to brute force, and how socialists are currently ta ...more
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J. Keith
In this book, Dr. Beitler gives one of the most concise run downs on all things Libertarian. In his work you will get a quick and well reasoned explanation of people and principles forming the landscape of free market economics. Many of these you may not have heard of, but you should have. A great and quick path to enlightenment.

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Excellent book with strong recommendation that people read.
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