CHOOSE

click on thumbnail to zoom

Politicization of Society, The

Average Rating:
This attack shows how statism represents a drive toward de-civilization.
Price: $15.00
Quantity:
 
  • TO SUPPORT MISES!

Description 

The most famous essay in this great collection is Murray Rothbard's "Freedom, Inequality, Primitivism and the Division of Labor"--perhaps the best explanation of the division of labor ever written. This attack also shows how statism represents a drive toward de-civilization.

Edited by Kenneth Templeton, this is an indispensible collection for anyone who wants to discover the full range of serious and sophisticated assaults on statism by modern libertarian intellectuals.

Reviews

Be the first to submit a review on this product!
Review and Rate this Item

If you would like to submit a video review of your own please contact the Mises Store.


14 essays on the consequences of state management for society and economy: "State and Society" by Felix Morley; "Egalitarianism and Empire" by William Marina; "The New Despotism" by Robert A. Nisbet; "Politization and Political Solutions" by Jacques Ellul; "Liberty and Law" by Giovanni Sartori; "The Masses in Representative Democracy" by Michael Oakeshott; "History as Force" by Donald M. Dozer; "Official History" by Herbert Butterfield; "The Monstrosity of Government" by John A. Lukacs; "The Guaranteed Economy and Its Future" by Jonathan R. T. Hughes; "Violence as a Product of Imposed Order" by Butler D. Shaffer; and "Kinds of Order in Society" by F. A. Hayek.
ISBN 9780913966488
Publisher Liberty Fund, Inc.
Publication Date 2010
Edition 1st
Binding HC
Page Length 544

This is the 1908 book that started it all in the 20th century, the book that kicked off a century of anti-state, pro-property writing.
Price: $4.00