Libertarianism Today is a book about the modern libertarian movement by Jacob H. Huebert. The work, which received generally positive reviews, has. Attorney and law professor Jacob H. Huebert explains all in Libertarianism Today , Libertarianism Today also introduces the people who are advancing these. Libertarianism Today by Jacob Huebert. Praeger Press, US$, pages. ISBN Kindle edition, US$ Although libertarianism.
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Jul 29, John Boettcher rated it it was amazing. The drive for liberty, whether from the left or right, is the underlying impulse. David Buckley rated it really liked it Aug 03, Ben rated it really liked it Feb 07, By laying out the current state of the movement, author J.
hebert It might seem easy to write an overview of libertarianism. This book tells you where it is all headed and why. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Huebert also provides an excellent introduction to libertarian thought and a concise summary of the history of the libertarian movement. Tanya Thorne rated it it was amazing Jun 03, If you want to give a gift to your niece or nephew on their 21st birthday, this would be it.
Buy Now from Mises Store. John Lambert rated it it was amazing Dec 02, Features Endnotes and lists of recommended readings for each topic covered point readers to additional books and articles Highlights Enables the intelligent lay reader, with little to no background in libertarianism, to easily understand the libertarian idea, its application to important issues, and how libertarians are advancing their causes Gives “a libertarian sorting out” to issues such as the Iraq War and current economic conditions Rather than emphasizing theory, the work emphasizes the application of libertarian ideas to current libertarlanism recent events Provides more details on how libertarians have taken action to advance their ideas than previous introductions to the movement.
Randall Malboeuf rated it liked it Jan 31, Will rated it liked it Feb 08, Beginning with the general libertarian principle that one person cannot initiate force against another, even if that person is part of the government, the book examines the implications of this principle for a wide range of contemporary issues: The best, concise description of what Libertarians are all about, and jacon they are not about. Very readable, it will give them a good primer to ‘real’ libertarianism to get them through their college years listening to anti-market prof’s.
Libertarianism Today is the most important book on libertarianism since Rothbard’s For a New Liberty. If you want an unvarnished look at the libertarian movement, and care about the future of liberty, libertafianism this book.
If so, why do so many attempts fall short? Tags Media and Culture Political Theory. If you want an unvarnished look at the libertarian movement, and care about the future jacib liberty, read this libergarianism.
The next revision or a spin-off book should stay more on the general theory, applicable for all the world and have something else than the American flag on the cover. Apr 02, TJ Wisner rated it really liked it. He is also an adjunct scholar of the Ludwig von Mises Institute.
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His writing appears frequently in newspapers across the country and in academic and professional journals. Topics Libraries Unlimited Librarianship: To ask other readers questions about Libertarianism Today hurbert, please sign up. Written from a contemporary perspective by an attorney and law professor who is also an award-winning journalist, Libertarianism Today provides an engaging introduction to the movement’s ideas and people, serving as a jumping-off point for readers who want to know more.
Huebert shows how, even as it gets more mainstream-media exposure than ever, today’s libertarian movement has only become more kibertarianism opposed to the Washington DC status quo.
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Skip to main content. Huebert shows how, even as it gets more mainstream-media exposure than liberatrianism, today’s libertarian movement has only become more radically opposed to the Washington DC status quo.
Anyone interested in learning more about the past, present, and future of the liberty movement can benefit from reading this book. It is a right that we are all born with. John DeGratto rated it it was amazing Oct 05, Open Preview See a Problem?