Poem: A Saint Said
1. In Defense of Property
2. A Necessary Digression
3. Love Is Not Enough
4. Robin Hood Sells Out
5. The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Richer
6. Monopoly I: How To Lose Your Shirt
7. Monopoly II: State Monopoly for Fun and Profit
8. Exploitation and Interest
9. I Don't Need Nothing
10. Sell the Schools
11. A Radical Critique of American Universities
12. The Impossibility of a University
13. Adam Smith U.
14. Open the Gates
15. Sell the Streets
16. 99and 44/100ths Percent Built
17. A First Step
19. Might Have Been
20. Is William F Buckley a Contagious Disease?
21. Its My Life
22. The Rights of Youth
23. Creeping Capitalism
24. If You Want It, Buy It
25. Scarce Means Finite
27. Buckshot for a Socialist Friend
Poem: Anarchy is not Chaos
28. What is Anarchy? What is Government?
29. Police, Courts, and Laws--on theMarket
30. The Stability Problem
31.. Is Anarcho-Capitalism Libertarian?
32. And, As a Free Bonus
33. Socialism, Limited Government, Anarchy, and Bikinis
(A polish translation of Chapter 33 has also been webbed.)
34. National Defense: The Hard Problem
35. In Which Prediction is Reduced to Speculation
36. Why Anarchy?
37. Revolution ls the Hell of It
38. Economics of Theft, or the Nonexistence of the Ruling Class
39. The Right Sideof the Public Good Trap
40. How to Get There from Here
Postscript for Perfectionists
Poem: Second Edition
42: Where I Stand
43: Answers: The Economic Analysis of Law
44. Private Law Enforcement, Medieval Iceland, and Libertarianism
(A Polish translation of Chapter 44 has been webbed.)
45. Is There a Libertarian Foreign Policy?
46. The Market for Money
47. Anarchist Politics:Concerning the Libertarian Party.
48. G. K. Chesterton--An Author Review
Appendix I: SomeNumbers
Appendix II: My Competition
These chapters are webbed by permission of my publisher, Open Court. They are based on the versions on my hard disk and may vary in detail from the published text. They are variously copyright 1973 and 1978 by David Friedman, 1989 by Open Court Publishing Company.
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