Gustave de Molinari writes with a fiery passion in celebration of economic liberty, that great gift to the world, against the errors of the socialists who seem to regret the liberation of the world. “Throughout this long period of sufferings,” he writes, “what is the cry of the multitude? What was the demand of the captives of Egypt, the slaves of Spartacus, the peasants of the Middle Ages, and later the workers oppressed by the guildmasters and guilds. They demanded liberty!” FULL ARTICLE
The Utopia of Liberty: A Letter to Socialists (1848)
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