Toward Liberty: The Idea That Is Changing the World (Hardback)

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Edited by David Boaz

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About the Book
This book, published in conjunction with Cato's 25th Anniversary, is a must-have collection of the best articles published by Cato over the past 25 years. It includes such luminaries as Milton Friedman, Peter Bauer, William A. Niskanen, Julian Simon, Carolyn Weaver, George Gilder, Karl Popper, Justice Antonin Scalia, Richard Epstein, Vaclav Klaus, Alan Greenspan, Paul Craig Roberts, Charlotte Twight, Rep. Dick Armey, and P.J. O'Rourke.

These articles span a variety of important issues, including the fall of communism and apartheid, globalization, school choice, Social Security privatization, technology and the new economy, and personal freedom. They show the power of ideas to change the world around us—especially the idea of liberty. More and more countries around the world are opting for free trade and free markets, and the Cato Institute has played an important part in popularizing those policies to a worldwide audience. This is definitely a collection to treasure by all those who love liberty.

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About the Editor
Cato's executive vice president David Boaz is a provocative commentator on a broad range of political and cultural issues; he has played a key role in the development of the Cato Institute and the libertarian movement.


What Others Have Said
"Those looking for a comprehensive anthology of libertarian thought on today's pressing issues should seek out Toward Liberty."
National Review
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