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Lester, Jan. 2015. Explaining Libertarianism: Philosophical Arguments. University of Buckingham Press.


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Book length evidence of how libertarians despise each other's philosophy. J C Lester smugly, pompously, and justly denounces many other libertarians for their vagueness about or misconceptions of what liberty is, while promoting his own blinkered and mistaken notion.


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