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The Journal of Libertarian Studies
An Interdisciplinary Review

Volume 13, Number 2, Summer 1998

 

Ralph Raico
Introduction

Julian Simon
Are There Grounds for Limiting Immigration?

John Hospers
A Libertarian Argument Against Open Borders

Walter Block
A Libertarian Case for Free Immigration

Jesús Huerta de Soto
A Libertarian Theory of Free Immigration

Tibor Machan
Immigration Into a Free Society

Gary North
The Sanctuary Society and its Enemies

Hans-Hermann Hoppe
The Case for Free Trade and Restricted Immigration

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