A libertarian classic by the late David Bergland. Acclaimed for years as the best short introduction to libertarianism ever written. Clear, concise, straight-to-the-point, easy-to-read, yet comprehensive. This edition has been extensively revised and updated. Better than ever!
With insight and candor, Libertarianism In One Lesson answers all the common questions about the freedom philosophy: What exactly is libertarianism? What are its historical roots? Are libertarians conservative or liberal? What would libertarians do to solve America's most vexing problems? And does libertarianism work in the "real world"?
Trade-size paperback. 192 pages. Published by the Advocates for Self-Government. 9th Edition.