The Case for Free Trade and Open Immigration

Richard Ebeling and Others
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Publisher Description

Have you ever thought about what a free world would look like? What a world would look like in which men were free to trade with whomever they wanted and wherever they wanted? What a world would look like in which men could travel and live wherever they found it most advantageous and pleasurable? A world in which there were neither immigration restrictions nor emigration barriers? 

Almost none of us presently alive have ever known such a world, but it did exist once, and not that long ago, in America. Unfortunately, 21st-century Americans have abandoned the principles of freedom of their ancestors. They have accepted government as the sovereign power over their lives.

This book presents the uncompromising moral and philosophical case for the right of individuals to trade and move freely wherever they desire without government restriction.

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
1995
15 March
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
158
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Future of Freedom Foundation
SIZE
375.9
KB