Great political and philosophical debates regarding the problematic results of central planning in the 20th century are presented in this volume of essays from classic liberal thinkers, such as Adam Smith and John Locke, and modern liberals of various persuasions. After discussing such issues as constitutionalism and security, freedom and the moral society, and cognitive individualism, the modern upholders of classical liberalism respond to their modern critics. This important collection will be of great interest to politicians, scientists, philosophers, and historians for its contemporary articulation of the tenets of classical liberalism.
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