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Philosophy of Ownership, The

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The significance of property ownership has rarely been fully appreciated.
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The significance of property ownership has rarely been fully appreciated, writes Robert LeFevre.

He proceeds to present the entire libertarian case for private ownership, with his characteristic clarity of exposition. He makes what is a radically hard-core case for the absolute integrity of self ownership and property ownership but in a way that comes across as common-sense. He shows that how a society thinks about the issue of ownership is not just a matter of details; our very survival depends on it.

Here is an excellent overview of a topic that Mises said was the foundational idea of liberalism itself. But it's more than an overview: it is a strong case for iron-clad, impenetrable, and no-exceptions social rules on ownership.

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by Morty
on 2/1/2009
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This book is a great one for anyone confused about the ethical and rational foundations of private property and homesteading. I went in a little shaky on both, but LeFevre does exactly what the description says: presents an ironclad, undeniable case for the legitimacy of private property. I'd highly recommend it to anyone interested in the topic.
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ISBN 9781610160735
eISBN 9781610162869
UPC B006VP5VAW
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institute
Publication Date 2007
Binding PB
Page Length 93
Dimensions 6" x 9"

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