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Liberty: A Path To Its Recovery

By F. A. Harper

Ludwig von Mises Institute, Auburn, AL, 2007.
Originally FEE, Hudson, NY, 1949.

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: THE DESIGN OF LIBERTY

Chapter 1. The Nature of Liberty 13
Chapter 2. Forms of Liberty 18
Chapter 3. The Foundation of Economic Liberty 28
Chapter 4. Liberty and Charity 37
Chapter 5. Rules of Conduct in a Liberal Society 42
Chapter 6. Government in a Liberal Society 48
Chapter 7. Democracy and Liberty 53
Chapter 8. Variation and Progress 61
Chapter 9. The Uncommon Man 69
Chapter 10. Government and Progress 78
Chapter 11. Liberty and Peace 84

PART TWO: ON MEASURING LIBERTY

Chapter 12. A Measure of Liberty 95
Chapter 13. The Extent of Lost Liberty 107

PART THREE: THE PRESENT PROBLEM

Chapter 14. Special Privilege 117
Chapter 15. Recovering Liberty 107

APPENDICES

I. Faiths About the Nature and Destiny of Man 131
II. Patterns of Variation 135
III. Variation and Change 139
IV. Progress 142
V. Limitations of the Measure of Liberty 146
Index   151

Related Books

Essays on Liberty: Volume 1
Foundation for Economic Education, 1952

Essays on Liberty: Volume 2
Foundation for Economic Education, 1954

For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto
Murray Rothbard, 1973

Man, Economy, and the State, with Power and Market
Murray Rothbard, Ludwig von Mises Institute, 2004

Secession, State, and Liberty
David Gordon, Ludwig von Mises Institute, 1998

Related Journals

Cato Journal
Volumes 28-29, 4 issues, 2008-2009

Journal of Libertarian Studies
Volumes 17-21, 15 issues, 2004-2007

Libertarian Papers
Vol. 1, 2009

Liberty for America: Journal of the Libertarian Political Movement
All current issues for 2009


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