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6. Ronald Coase: A Libertarian Critique

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July 28, 2005

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There are many enemies of a free society. Some, like Ronald Coase, call themselves libertarians or free enterprisers. Block’s main critique of Coase is that Ronald Coase denies any private property rights. Coase deals with externalities through taxes only, but not with property rights at all.

Lecture 6 of 10 from Walter Block's Radical Austrianism, Radical Libertarianism.

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