Every New Right Is a Freedom Lost: A Classical Liberal Defense Against the Triumph of False Rights

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For a long time, individual rights were viewed as a protection against an overweening political power, allowing citizens and businesses to freely govern themselves without interference at work, home, and at worship. These rights were enshrined in seminal documents such as the English Magna Carta, and later the United States Declaration of Independence. Over time, however, this view of rights began to change. In Europe, Latin America, and other countries (and increasingly, the United States), "rights" have started to refer ...

Every New Right Is a Freedom Lost: A Classical Liberal Defense Against the Triumph of False Rights 2016, Monolateral

ISBN-13: 9781946374004

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