Review of Huebert's Libertarianism Today [Book Review]
Libertarian Papers 2 (2010)
Libertarianism Today, by Jacob Huebert , is an excellent introduction to libertarianism. In contrast to many other recent books about libertarianism, a consistent non-compromising libertarianism is defended throughout this book
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