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The Altruistic Libertarian presents the case for genuine freedom. What makes this book special is the application of basic principles for individual liberty derived from philosophical foundations, in combination with the unique experience of the author. Blending academic study and significant reading on the subject, coupled with over thirty years in industry, from washing The Altruistic Libertarian presents the case for genuine freedom. What makes this book special is the application of basic principles for individual liberty derived from philosophical foundations, in combination with the unique experience of the author. Blending academic study and significant reading on the subject, coupled with over thirty years in industry, from washing dishes to dining with billionaires, managing complex telecommunications networks and serving coffee at the author's Inn, to running a lathe or assembling cabinets, the author has worked in several industries at every level, and currently owns a small business. While notions of individual liberty are common, this book provides a complete argument, beginning with The Metaphysical and Epistemological basis for a Genuinely Free Society, and then proceeding to an examination of Pervasive Intervention and The Proper Role of Government. Specific cases include a unique analysis of the highway system, telecommunications, social security, public education, drug laws and war. Impediments to Change are roundly discussed, along with challenges to realizing genuine freedom. This book is intended for the general reader, and doesn't require specialized knowledge to understand the possibilities. From the conclusion: "The political philosophy of the Altruistic Libertarian can be simple, because it grants human genius full license to manage specific complexities. It frees people to work for what they want, to live how they desire, and for others to work hard to provide it. A Genuinely Free Society sets no limits on people, posts no specific goals for society, and manages nothing. Thus, the Altruistic Libertarian doesn’t need to develop complex solutions for particular cases: the ingenuity of free men and women will do so, in ways arguably supreme."


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The Altruistic Libertarian presents the case for genuine freedom. What makes this book special is the application of basic principles for individual liberty derived from philosophical foundations, in combination with the unique experience of the author. Blending academic study and significant reading on the subject, coupled with over thirty years in industry, from washing The Altruistic Libertarian presents the case for genuine freedom. What makes this book special is the application of basic principles for individual liberty derived from philosophical foundations, in combination with the unique experience of the author. Blending academic study and significant reading on the subject, coupled with over thirty years in industry, from washing dishes to dining with billionaires, managing complex telecommunications networks and serving coffee at the author's Inn, to running a lathe or assembling cabinets, the author has worked in several industries at every level, and currently owns a small business. While notions of individual liberty are common, this book provides a complete argument, beginning with The Metaphysical and Epistemological basis for a Genuinely Free Society, and then proceeding to an examination of Pervasive Intervention and The Proper Role of Government. Specific cases include a unique analysis of the highway system, telecommunications, social security, public education, drug laws and war. Impediments to Change are roundly discussed, along with challenges to realizing genuine freedom. This book is intended for the general reader, and doesn't require specialized knowledge to understand the possibilities. From the conclusion: "The political philosophy of the Altruistic Libertarian can be simple, because it grants human genius full license to manage specific complexities. It frees people to work for what they want, to live how they desire, and for others to work hard to provide it. A Genuinely Free Society sets no limits on people, posts no specific goals for society, and manages nothing. Thus, the Altruistic Libertarian doesn’t need to develop complex solutions for particular cases: the ingenuity of free men and women will do so, in ways arguably supreme."

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