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Classical Liberalism and the Special Interests

  • Liberalism by Ludwig von Mises

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"There is no class that could champion liberalism for its own selfish interests to the detriment of the whole of society and the other strata of the population, simply because liberalism serves no special interest....When the liberal comes before the electorate as a candidate for public office and is asked by those whose votes he solicits what he or his party intends to do for them and their group, the only answer he can give is: Liberalism serves everyone, but it serves no special interest."

—Ludwig von Mises, Liberalism: The Classical Tradition

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