Table of Contents The Wealth of Nations, Adam Smith (1776)On Liberty, John Stuart Mill (1859)The Road to Serfdom, Friedrich Hayek (1944)Human Action, Ludwig Von Mises (1949)Capitalism and Freedom, Miltion Friedman (1962) Man, Economy and State, Murray Rothbard (1962)Economics in One Lesson, Henry Hazlitt (1946)Anarchy, State, and Utopia, Robert Nozick (1974)Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand (1957) The …
The Libertarian vs. Liberal debate is confusing for some, but once you understand it, it’s clear as day. While both of these political thought processes have some areas that overlap, you’ll soon understand the fundamental differences between the history, modernization, and 20th century belief systems behind them.
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The difference between negative vs positive rights is that one requires action while the other requires inaction. Negative rights are the requirements of someone else not to interfere in your ability to obtain something. Positive rights are a requirement of someone else to provide you with something.