The cover of Libertarianism, from A to Z, by the Harvard economist Jeffrey Miron, offers to “take the reader beyond the mere surface of libertarian thought to reveal the philosophy’s underlying—and compelling—logic.” In a review essay from our October issue, Tom G. Palmer of the Atlas Economic Research Foundation examines whether or not Miron’s book delivers on this promise.
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