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Governing Least

A New England Libertarianism

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This book argues that political libertarianism can be grounded in widely shared, everyday moral beliefsparticularly in strictures against shifting our burdens onto others. It also seeks to connect these philosophical arguments with related work in economics, history, and politics for a wide-ranging discussion of political economy.
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Jason Brennan, Georgetown University This is a masterful work. It may even be a masterpiece. It does everything and does it well. It should be read right up alongside Rawls's theory of justice, and if this books fails to radically change the conversation in political philosophy, that would amount to a condemnation of the field, not the book. Moller has produced a comprehensive defense of classical liberal thought, one that deftly integrates ideas from ethics, political theory, metaethics, epistemology,
metaphysics, sociology, economics, and history. He understands the critics' arguments better than they do, and has powerful and often decisive answers to all of their concerns. The book defends classical liberal ideas, but it is not ideological. Orthodox libertarians will find plenty of deep and
difficult challenges to their own positions ... This is a great and important book.

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Introduction Part I: Property Part II: Markets Part III: History Part IV: Theory and Practice Appendices Appendix A: Utilitarianism as Self-deception Appendix B: Victim-blaming and Moral Modus Tollens Works Cited