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The central tenet of Right-Libertarianism is that free markets are the optimal solution to any economic, social, or political issue. The idea that a free market might be destructive is unthinkable within that context; the immediate response to any such question is that the market will adjust so long as government doesn't interfere. You will not find many ...


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Of the authors mentioned in the question: I would discard Rand - a novelist of the 1930's modernist style (finding success slightly later) who's work did double duty as an anti-communist propaganda, with a good helping of fascist undertones I would examine Hayek and Friedman for their profound historical influence, a direct line to Reagan and Thatcher (and ...


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