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Labor Unions

by Charles Baird

The National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) force workers into being represented by unions, regardless of their own preferences, and thus lack legitimacy.


Laissez-Faire Policy

by Bryan Caplan

Libertarians believe that laissez-faire policy, or the freest form of economy, provides the greatest net benefit to individuals and to society.


Law and Economics

by Andrew Morriss

The “law and economics” approach, used by Coase, Posner, and others, combines the methods and principles of both law and economics scholarship.



by Richard A. Epstein

Strict liability rules require people to take responsibility for damages done to others’ property and are therefore favored by libertarianism.