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Libertarianism in Ancient China

  • Audio Mises Daily
December 23, 2009

Tags Legal SystemWorld HistoryPolitical Theory

To the individualist Lao Tzu, government, with its "laws and regulations more numerous than the hairs of an ox," was a vicious oppressor of the individual, and "more to be feared than fierce tigers."

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