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Why Not Try Freedom

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June 15, 1958

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Liberty is an outward creation of man which he has adopted for himself and whose use and enjoyment he reserves for mankind as a whole, for which he struggles and to which he dedicates consciously or unconsciously his highest efforts. But at the same time we must admit, without any exceptions, that "liberty" cannot be broken down into smaller or greater parts according to our own ideas or interests, nor can the word "libertarian" be applied to any of these parts while the remainder are denied or rejected.

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The Foundation for Economic Education, Inc., Irvington, New York, 1958