Classical Liberalism And Civil Society
Edited by the late Charles K. Rowley, former General Director, The Locke Institute, Duncan Black Professor of Economics and Director, Program in Economics, Politics and the Law, James M. Buchanan Center for Political Economy, George Mason University, US
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Series: The Shaftesbury Papers series
This impressive book brings together four essays, which along with an insightful introduction from Charles Rowley, provide a robust defence of the concept of classical liberalism in modern ‘civil’ society.
Contents: On the Nature of Civil Society (C.K. Rowley) Liberalism Defended: The Challenge of Post-Modernity (D.B. Rasmussen and D.J.D. Uyl) Lessons for Citizens of a New Democracy (P.C. Ordeshook) Promises, Promises: Contracts in Russia and Other Post-Communist Economies (P.H. Rubin) Ethnic Diversity, Liberty and the State: The African Dilemma (M.S. Kimenyi)