Libertarians frequently disagree about the status of intellectual property. D’Amato explores the views of four major libertarian thinkers.
Ayn Rand and Max Stirner argued different versions of egoism.
D’Amato looks at the Garrisonians, the most diehard and arguably most consistently libertarian of the abolitionists.
The radical libertarian abolitionists thought it was senseless to attack slavery while defending the institutions that upheld it.
D’Amato explores the idea of libertarian socialism by analyzing the history of individualist anarchism and “voluntary socialism.”