The Voluntaryist Handbook: Self-Ownership and Its Implications

by | Jul 18, 2022

One need look no further than to the examples of North and South Korea or East and West Germany to see that the freer people are, the wealthier they can become through mutually beneficial voluntary exchange. These two controlled experiments, where mostly free markets competed against mostly state-controlled economies, have yielded an undeniable result: the more free, the more prosperous.

The Voluntaryist Handbook: Essays, Excerpts, and Quotes, p. 301

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