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The role of state: Comparitive analysis of anarchism and classical liberalism By Wesley Widlend
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Anarchism and classical liberalism traditional hold competing views of the role of the state within a nation and to this end this essay provides a comparitive analysis of these views.
The role of state: Comparitive analysis of anarchism and classical liberalism By Wesley Widlend
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Anarchism and classical liberalism traditional hold competing views of the role of the state within a nation and to this end this essay provides a comparitive analysis of these views.
Inherent and Inalienable By D. L. Hatton
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Inherent and Inalienable is a comparison of the United States Constitution and the United Nations Charter. One states that rights come from God, the other states that rights are provided by the... More > State. Rights given by God are not negotiable, rights given by the State can be taken away by the State.< Less
Inherent and Inalienable By D. L. Hatton
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Inherent and Inalienable is a comparison of the United States Constitution and the United Nations charter. One is based upon the idea that rights are given by God, the other is based upon the idea... More > that rights are provided by Government.< Less
Inherent and Inalienable By D. L. Hatton
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Inherent and Inalienable is a comparison of the United States Constitution and the United Nations Charter. One states that rights come from God, the other states that rights are provided by the... More > State. Rights given by God are not negotiable, rights given by the State can be taken away by the State.< Less
Inherent and Inalienable By D. L. Hatton
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Inherent and Inalienable is a comparison of the United States Constitution and the United Nations charter. One is based upon the idea that rights are given by God, the other is based upon the idea... More > that rights are provided by Government.< Less
Why Mommy Loves the State By Bretigne Shaffer
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Mommy didn't always love the state. First she had to learn about what it was and what it could do for her. Read all about Mommy's fun adventures with government and how, no matter how bad it gets,... More > Mommy never gives up on the power of the state to fix everything!< Less
Why Mommy Loves the State By Bretigne Shaffer
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Mommy didn't always love the state. First she had to learn about what it was and what it could do for her. Read all about Mommy's fun adventures with government and how, no matter how bad it gets,... More > Mommy never gives up on the power of the state to fix everything!< Less
The Death Of Freedom By Wayland Ellis
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The Death of Freedom is about the insidious erosion of personal liberty in Britain. I have written this book because people in Britain seem unaware of what has taken place. I feel strongly that our... More > country has gone too far down this road, and urgently needs to change direction. I’ve been personally troubled by much of what has happened, and wanted to alert people to the situation as well as give my suggestions about what should be done. I’m hopeful that people who read my book will be more informed about what is going on and will think about the issues I raise. My book will bring the issues to peoples’ attention.< Less
Fighting Back: Libertarian Essays on Resisting the State By C.R. Clark, II
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In three essays, the author looks at means for resisting the state and the repercussions of putting them into action. A history of jury nullification is followed by analysis on whether or not jurors... More > should nullify the law. Tax resistance is examined as a civil disobedience tool. Finally, direct action is considered, with discussion of the rights to defense against excessive force and defense against unlawful arrest. (Original work by C.R. Clark, II.)< Less