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  • ====John Stuart Mill==== ;<span>John R. E. Bliese "The Greening of Conservative America"</span>
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  • ...Dworkin, Eyjolfur Emilsson, David Estlund, Cécile Fabre, Harry Frankfurt, John Gardner, Olav Gjelsvik, Alvin Goldman, Keith Graham, Henry Hardy, Natalie J ...cademic thought which cannot be described as right-wing. Isaiah Berlin and John Rawls, in particular, and their many followers, have advocated the conceptu
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  • [[Category:John Tomasi]] {{DES | des = Part 4 of [[David Ellerman]]'s review of [[John Tomasi]]’s [[Free Market Fairness]]. Liberalism’s faux "inalienable ri
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  • ...d take their lives back, they are under violent menace or under threat. Us John Bowe tells us ―labor slavery ... the enslaving of workers making ordinary ...ific cases of slavery in the USA, for instance, are reported by journalist John Bowe who tells us that ―In the fields of Immokalee, Florida, Underpaid (a
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  • ...rkers are fired for supporting the wrong political candidates (“work for John Kerry or work for me”), failing to donate to employer-approved candidates ...le— telling their workers to put out or be fired. In between lies a vast gray area. Is it a good use of their liberty for employers to institute a dress
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  • ... suck. Corporate employment sucks. A life crammed into 9-to-5 boxes sucks. Gray cubicles are nothing but an update on William Blake’s “dark satanic mil (10) Franz Oppenheimer, The State, trans. by John Git- terman (San Francisco: Fox & Wilkes, 1997), pp. 5-6.
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  • John Gray, Beyond the New Right (Routledge, London & New York, 1993) p 63
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  • In light of this, consider: Sagoff cites John Holdren's estimates that oil and natural gas reserves extend several decade ... intrinsically wonderful aspects of Creation." (Sagoff, 1997, 4-5) Quoting John Muir, Henry David Thoreau, Steven Jay Gould and E. O. Wilson, he cites the
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  • ...payers who foot the bills are the have-nots.”29 Likewise, when Ohio Gov. John Kasich enacted a similar statute, he insisted that he was “empowering tax 30. Bill O’Reilly, “Interview with John Kasich,” The O’Reilly Factor, February 23, 2011.
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  • ...azine Kevin Kelly, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, cyberspace evangelist John Perry Barlow, business leaders like Sergey Brin of Google and Peter Thiel, ... so does Hayek in 1944 when he describes himself as a classic liberal (see Gray 1982):
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  • {{Chicago | Chicago = [[John Gray|Gray, John]]. 1995. ''[[Beyond the New Right: Markets, Government and the Common Envir [[Category:Book|Gray, John]]
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  • {{Chicago | Chicago = [[John Gray|Gray, John]]. 1995. ''[[Liberalism]]''. Univ Of Minnesota Press.}} [[Category:Book|Gray, John]]
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  • ...c liberalism to set up a self-regulating market system.” Others, such as John Maynard Keynes, had linked the policy mistakes of the interwar period to fa ...n title Full Employment in a Free Society. At Bretton Woods, also in 1944, John Maynard Keynes and Harry Dexter White were inventing a postwar internationa
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  • ...e possible abuses of the positive concept so forcefully exposed by Berlin. John Christman (1991), for example, has argued that positive liberty concerns th ...guish between natural and social obstacles we shall inevitably come across gray areas. An important example is that of obstacles created by impersonal econ
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  • Adam White is a litigator at Boyden Gray & Associates. Boyden Gray is one of the Elder Conservative elites, serving as a board member at organ ...pped a number of names, including Ken Cuccinelli, Cato Institute President John Allison, Rep. Tom Cotton, and Edwin Meese, III, among others.
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  • ...hilosophical liberalism, associated with writers like John Stuart Mill and John Locke, that bridges the gap between observations about how people behave wh ...nterpersonal welfare economics? In a project most famously associated with John Hicks and Nicholas Kaldor, economists strove to claim that, yes, it could!
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  • ... you, dear reader, may carry one or two of its wriggling larva inside your gray matter. ...istics were true -- prices really weren’t going up very much. And writer John Aziz found that was actually a laughably simple hoax (no su
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  • by policy disposition; the distribution of preferences (gray columns, right axes) Erikson, Robert S., Gerald C. Wright, and John P. McIver. 1993. Statehouse Democracy:
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  • already acquainted with Rand’s dry, tedious nonfiction. It’s called John Galt’s speech, and it comprises a 70-page chunk of the book. ...les. There is no flaw, and there is no gray. And yet, here was a painfully gray situation. Colorblindness, I realized, didn’t work here. It was just anot
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  • ...warrant, as he was constantly reminded by his chief budgetary adviser, Sir John Strachey, was to ensure that Indian, not English, taxpayers paid the costs His recent biographers claim that Salisbury, the gray eminence of Indian policy, was privately tormented by these Malthusian calc
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