By |Published On: February 16th, 2019|Categories: Libertarianism, Steven Clyde|

Bastiat understood the contradictions that arise when morality is equated with legality. Beyond that, he conveyed these ideas lucidly and at a time when he knew he wouldn’t live to see the profound effect his writings would have. He died in 1850 from tuberculosis—the same year The Law was published. Read it here.

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