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Gustave de Molinari and The Anti-statist Liberal Tradition: Part 2

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07/30/2014David M. Hart

Molinari's most original contribution to political and economic thought is his thesis that the market can provide more cheaply and more efficiently the service of police protection of life, liberty and property. Hitherto, this had been considered to be the monopoly of the state, and it was Molinari's insight that the laws of political economy could and should be applied to the management of state functions.

Volume 5, Number 4 (1981)

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Hart, David M. "Gustave de Molinari and The Anti-statist Liberal Tradition: Part 2." Journal of Libertarian Studies 5, No. 4 (1981): 399–434.