"When we are Free" ( Ed Dale Haywood Et Al ) Analytical Essay by The Research Group

"When we are Free" ( Ed Dale Haywood Et Al )
Reviews collection of essays on virtues of economic freedom, individualism, morality, rule of law and private property.
# 13733 | 1,125 words | 1 source | 1999 | US
Published on Jun 30, 2003 in Literature (American) , English (Analysis)


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" The collection When We Are Free, edited by Dale M. Haywood, Timothy G. Nash, and R. John Amin, is a book about freedom, as the editors note in the Preface. They state that their book is "an unapologetic endorsement of freedom and all of its corollaries" (vii), but a central issue in the book is economic freedom and how it relates to those corollaries--individualism, morality, the rule of law, responsibility, private property, free markets, limited government, and enterprise. In keeping with this theme, the book is divided into sections that develop the idea of capitalism as the economic ideal and freedom as a necessary condition for capitalism. The readings develop the ideas of the importance of property and its relationship to human life, the role of government, systems of economic organization, the specific nature of the American system, and various elements.."

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