Oct 17, 2017

Leonard P. Liggio: The Libertarian Perspective on Law, Legislation, and War

In this lecture from 1983, Leonard Liggio talks about the popular perception of the Libertarian Party at the time, and presents the case for libertarianism as a refreshing alternative to the traditional right/left divide in politics, especially when it comes to foreign policy and war. He also highlights Hayek’s distinction between law and legislation and cites several of Hayek’s influences on spontaneous order theory.