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New Libertarian Manifesto

 Author: Samuel Edward Konkin III  Category: Other Books  Published: 1979  Buy Now
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We are coerced by our fellow human beings. Since they have the ability to choose to do otherwise, our condition need not be thus. Coercion is immoral, inefficient and unnecessary for human life and fulfillment. Those who wish to be supine as their neighbors prey on them are free to so choose; this manifesto is for those who choose otherwise: to fight back.


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