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  • ...e of the following libertarian arguments are commonly quoted from Lysander Spooner. One commonly cited Spooner argument is that the social contract is like no other, and thus not a contr
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  • [[Category:Lysander Spooner]] ...es of modern libertarians is Lysander Spooner, the 19th century anarchist. Spooner is the author of a famous essay entitled Vices Are Not Crimes in which, int
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  • ...stion were borrowed by Rothbard from 19th century anarchists like Lysander Spooner, so even where Rothbard is philosophically interesting he isn’t original.
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  • ...e[3]). In the 1800s, the abolitionist and individualist anarchist Lysander Spooner advocated it, and wrote a book on the subject that is still referenced by a ↑ Lysander Spooner, An Essay on the Trial by Jury, 1852
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  • ...sts), the mutualist and individualist anarchists from Warren to Tucker and Spooner, and many Georgists. My own work falls within this latter array of petty bo Lysander Spooner, a hero to many anarcho-capitalists, in Natural Law described the process i
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  • ...n for this view are Murray Rothbard (1982), Hans Hoppe (2001) and Lysander Spooner (1870). Next in line is libertarian minarchism; from this perspective, gove ...act. For the argument that government is not a legitimate institution, see Spooner (1870), Hoppe (2001), Rothbard (1982).
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  • ...orance, and Servitude of the People,” in The Collected Works of Lysander Spooner (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, 1886), 186–87. ...h in philosophical doubts about the legitimacy of claims to authority (see Spooner, “A Letter to Grover Cleveland, on His False Inaugural Address, the Usurp
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  • ...r, and later adopted by Abraham Lincoln, Charles Sumner, and even Lysander Spooner,7 the union of states predates the Constitution itself: It was created by t 7 L. Spooner, The Unconstitutionality of Slavery (Bela Marsh, 1860), pp. 56, 78-79.
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  • ...date back to the nineteenth century (particularly the writings of Lysander Spooner and Benjamin Tucker), the mainstreaming of libertarianism is relatively rec
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  • Lysander Spooner - Let's Abolish Government
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  • Spooner (1966) is on record, and rightly so, for articulating the position that vot Spooner, Lysander. 1966 [1870]. No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority and A Letter to
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  • [[Category:Lysander Spooner]]
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