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The Law, by Bastiat
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"Without the institution of private property, individualism is meaningless. If a man cannot enjoy the fruits of his labor, without let or hindrance, he is enslaved to the one who appropriates his property; a slave has no property rights."

-- Frank Chodorov


Bastiat's The Law


Fredric Bastiat's "The Law" is a fundamental classic in the study of Liberty and free markets, and reading - or re-reading - its profound words are essential to understanding the freedom philosophy, in theory as well as in practice.

"The Law" speaks profoundly and presciently as well to the many very real challenges that continue to face us in a world that still remains, now as then, largely un-free.

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1 Introduction
2 The Translation
3 The Law
4 Life Is A Gift From God
5 What is Law?
6 A Just and Enduring Government
7 The Complete Perversion of the Law
8 A Fatal Tendency of Mankind
9 Property and Plunder
10 Victims of Lawful Plunder
 
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