Democracy, Markets, and the Legal Order: Notes on the Nature of Politics in a Radically Liberal Society

Social Philosophy and Policy 10 (2):103-120 (1993)
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On the extreme wing of libertarian ideology are the individualist anarchists, who wish to dispense with government altogether. The quasi-legitimate functions now performed by government, such as the administration of justice, can, the anarchists claim, be provided in the marketplace. George H. Smith



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