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Initial credits
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Challenging, Bargaining, and Royalty: An Analysis of Libertarian Argumentation
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The Hayekian narrative
Creation of political community through government
03:44    |    
Challenges of promoting liberalism
Challenges and bargaining
Quotes Ludwig von Mises
Example on minimum wage
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Example on raising minimum wage
Bargainers position
Challengers position
Intended effects
10:31    |    
Choosing a side: challenger or bargainer
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Quote, The Content of Our Character: A New Vision of Race in America, Shelby Steele
12:01    |    
Thomas Paine
Frédéric Bastiat
William Lloyd Garrison
Ludwig von Mises
Ayn Rand
Thomas Szasz
Murray Rothbard
Robert Higgs
Walter Williams
How do challengers operate?
Challenger's characteristics
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Bargainers' characteristics
Famous bargainers
Friedrich A. Hayek
Aaron Wildavsky
Richard Epstein
Tyler Cowen
Virginia Postrel
John Tierney
How do bargainers operate?
Friedrich A. Hayek's bargain side
20:41    |    
Characteristics of playing both sides
21:30.5    |    
Royalty: the third category
Royalty's characteristics
Famous royalty
Adam Smith
Milton Friedman
24:21    |    
Is Royalty possible today?
24:53    |    
Relationship between challengers and bargainers
How can bargainers help challengers?
How can challengers help bargainers?
Delicacy of the relationship
Cooperation between bargainers and challengers
27:48    |    
Question and answer period
Bargainers' presumptions
Importance of bargainers
Dismantling Government's functions
Who can be a bargainer and who can be a challenger in the Austrian School of Economics?
If classical liberals are limited to bargaining and challenging, how can they compete with state monopoly of force and economic coercion?
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Final credits




Challenging, Bargaining, and Royalty: An Analysis of Libertarian Argumentation

12 de octubre de 2014   | Vistas: 24 |  

Daniel Klein analyses the differences in libertarian argumentation between challengers and bargainers using as an example the debate of raising the minimum wage. He talks about how there is no need to choose a side and it's fine to be at the same time a bargainer and a challenger. He also describes the delicate relationship between challengers and bargainers and how they can help to each another. Klein shares some galleries of famous libertarians who argued as challengers, bargainers and the third category: royalty.

Daniel is professor at the Mercatus Center, George Mason University. He published research on policy issues including toll roads, urban…


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