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Peki, liberalizme ne oldu?

Neden 19. yüzyılda liberalizm düşüşe geçti?

Bu soru çok kez soruldu, ama belki de temel neden liberalizmin hayat damarlarından birindeki bir çürükte yatıyordu: Batı’da liberal devrimin kısmi başarısıyla birlikte liberallerin giderek, sönük ve yetersiz bir statükoyla yetinmeye başlayıp radikal coşkularını ve dolayısıyla liberal hedeflerini bir kenar
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Paperback, 112 pages
Published July 2016 by LiberPlus Yayınları
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Murray Newton Rothbard was an influential American historian, natural law theorist and economist of the Austrian School who helped define modern libertarianism. Rothbard took the Austrian School's emphasis on spontaneous order and condemnation of central planning to an individualist anarchist conclusion, which he termed "anarcho-capitalism".

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