|As my readers would know, I became a Libertarian not long after Barry Goldwater ran for President — that’s over 50 years now, and have since graduated from basic free-market capitalism to full-blown Voluntary Anarchy.
I do this webpage following the discovery of Christopher Chase Rachels, who has written here on the many aspects on “Voluntary” with which I have struggled for several years.
Author Christopher Chase Rachels has with this book very well outline the entire path to replacing GOVERNment with a Voluntary System which many call Anarchy. He appears to be relatively young, and may be the bright shining star of our future.
This is the link to learning a bit more and purchasing the book at Amazon.
Amazon: “A Spontaneous Order: The Capitalist Case for a Stateless Society” is an astonishingly concise, rigorous, and accessible presentation of anarcho-capitalist ideals. It covers a wide range of topics including: Money and Banking, Monopolies and Cartels, Insurance, Health Care, Law, Security, Poverty, Education, Environmentalism, and more! To enjoy this compelling read requires no previous political, philosophical, or economic knowledge as all uncommon concepts are defined and explained in a simple yet uncompromising manner. Take heed, this work is liable to cause radical paradigm shifts in your understanding of both the State and Free Market.”
some Comments at Amazon on the Book:
I’ve had it over a month, and I’ve barely been able to get past the first chapter.
It seems to be INCREDIBLY basic, if you have read any book on Libertarianism, before i don’t recommend this, its a slog.
Skip the first chapter for sure (by a different author) Its absolutely tormentingly simple. The whole thing seems to quote Hoppe like the bible, when it is really really unnecessarily, its like a student quoting the textbook he just took a statement from.
The Sky is blue, we can tell this by looking at it, also, Hoppe says “The sky, is a shade of color, commonly referenced to, in English as blue”.
The best book I’ve read since Hoppe’s Democracy: The God That Failed.
This is a must read for anyone interested in the liberty movement and Anarcho Capitalism in general.
It’s a quick read that is full of information and no filler.