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Describe Ludwig von Mises’ blueprint for a free society.


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#1 Murphy

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Posted 10 September 2005 - 07:59 PM

Describe Ludwig von Mises’ blueprint for a free society.

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 09:01 PM

First and foremost PRIVATE PROPERTY!
From this stems the next freedoms: contracts, movement, property exchanges, intellectual. This has to be done in a peaceful environ both domestically and foreign in order to facilitate social cooperation. The laws must be enforced equally over all; arbitrary interpretations allow for instability and greater uncertainty in life. Government is necessary , though limited to protecting people and property from harm. Tolerance for the beliefs of others is essential for the free flow of ideas. And democracy in the selection of the state, though not for the rulings or rules of the system, merely the office holders. Many of these ideals are carried within the doctrines established in the Declaration and the Constitution of the United States. Only if they were read by the officer holders of today...... :o





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