Saturday, February 18, 2006

Democracy in a Cartoon What would John Stuart Mill say about the Danish cartoons? Liberal Muslim writer Ibn Warraq has the answer.

The Great Bastiat, by J. G. Huelsmann. How a little-known French economist exploded the authoritarian doctrine that the interests of human beings inevitably conflict, and can only be reconciled by coercive intervention. This coercion is the very thing that causes the conflict in the first place.

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