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Oct 24, 2005 12:55 pm

JLS 19.3: What Lies Within?

[cross-posted at Austro-Athenian Empire]

Issue 19.3 of the Journal of Libertarian Studies is now out. In this latest issue, Ellenita Hellmer critiques the standard libertarian attitude toward the anti-sweatshop movement, Piet-Hein van Eeghen critiques the legitimacy of the corporation, Enrico Colombatto critiques the Austrian theory of the business cycle, Walter Block critiques Randall Holcombe's argument for the inevitability of government, and Jan Narveson critiques Colin Williams' views on Lysander Spooner and the"virtue of obedience." Also, J. C. Lester reviews Edward Feser's book on Nozick, and Robert Bass reviews Wendy McElroy's book on Benjamin Tucker and the individualist anarchists.

For more details, check out my fuller summary here.

Also, the contents of the previous issue, 19.2, are now online; see the summary here and the articles here.

For summaries of all the issues under my editorship, see here; for all online articles from all past issues see here.

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