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Libertarian Law by Democratic Means: A Method for Conflict Resolution

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07/25/2022Fabricio Terán
Narrator: 
Michael Stack

What is libertarian law and how does it function? Ludwig von Mises answered some of those questions and helped chart a path to achieving such a state of affairs.

Original Article: "Libertarian Law by Democratic Means: A Method for Conflict Resolution"

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Author:

Fabricio Terán

Fabricio Terán is the Spanish translator for mises.org and founder of the Mises Center for Philosophy, Politics and Economics (Hispanic Mises Institute). He is a PhD candidate in economics at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, and he holds a master in Austrian economics from the same university. He is also a lawyer certified in alternative dispute resolution.

Original Article: 
Libertarian Law by Democratic Means: A Method for Conflict Resolution