Libertarianism as if People Mattered

Social Philosophy and Policy 15 (2):350 (1998)
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In this essay I wish to consider the implications for theory and practice of the following two propositions, either or both of which may be controversial, but which will here be assumed for the sake of argument: Libertarianism is the correct framework for political morality. The vast majority of our fellow citizens disbelieve. 1
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