Government's only advantage over its citizenry is in the use of force to limit destructive behavior. Beyond this end, this fist of government limits social productivity.
Markets are impersonal, but the social networks that develop inside markets are personal. Freedom within these networks is a crucial aspect of a free market.
Determining what constitutes aggression can be complicated and libertarians should be wary to rely solely on the Non-Aggression Principle.
An examination of why markets inherently promote ethical behavior.
Over time, Milton Friedman began to doubt that the spillover benefits of government-subsidized higher education were worth the costs.
In this short essay, Roderick Long argues that contracts to sell yourself into slavery are unenforceable, because your right to liberty isn’t yours to sell.