Liberty, Dicta and Force

Home | Mises Library | Chapter 9. Political Democracy

Chapter 9. Political Democracy

  • Liberty, Dicta & Force Audiobook

Tags StrategyPolitical Theory

12/06/2018Louis E. Carabini

Carabini explores the inherent inhumanity of political democracy as a social scheme in which common sense and goodwill are scorned and individual predation upon others is praised. Pages 101–108 in the text. Narrated by Daniel Bennett.

Note: The views expressed on Mises.org are not necessarily those of the Mises Institute.
Author:

Contact Louis E. Carabini

Louis Carabini received a B.A. in Pre-Medical Studies at UCLA in 1952, founded Monex Precious Metals, a precious metals trading company, in 1967, and currently resides in southern California.

When commenting, please post a concise, civil, and informative comment. Full comment policy here
Shield icon audio