“The Importance of Christian Thought for the American Libertarian Movement: Christian Libertarianism, 1950–71″
Graduate studies at Western
|Abstract||Murray N. Rothbard argued that there are many philosophic and non-philosophic arguments that provide a satisfactory basis for individual liberty. Rarely, however, did he discuss the claims of Christianity to be a suitable foundation for individual freedom. By looking at the Christian libertarians of the Old Right, between 1950 and 1971, [...]|
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