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Libertarian Matt Zwolinski points out that the libertarian theories of rights of Nozick, Rothbard, and Mack doesn't work for suppressing pollution. He also says "[Free-Market Environmentalism] can serve as a supplement to a theory of rights, and never as a substitute for one." He concludes that there is currently no good libertarian solution, using the euphemism "a fruitful subject for future research."
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