24. “Review of Narveson and Sterba's Are Liberty and Equality Compatible?“ [Book Review]

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This article reviews Jan Narveson and James Sterba’s co-authored book Are Liberty and Equality Compatible?. Sterba argues that negative liberty requires that the poor have a right not to be interfered with in taking from the rich to fulfill their basic needs. Narveson argues that negative liberty means that people agree [...]
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