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Book cover image of Democracy--The God That Failed: The Economics and Politics of Monarchy, Democracy, and Natural Order by Hans-Hermann Hoppe

Authors: Hans-Hermann Hoppe
ISBN-13: 9780765808684, ISBN-10: 0765808684
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Date Published: July 2001
Edition: New Edition

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Author Biography: Hans-Hermann Hoppe

Book Synopsis

Hoppe (economics, U. of Nevada, Las Vegas) has presented much of this material as speeches to the Ludwig von Mises Institute and the Center for Libertarian Studies (he is an editor for the Journal of Libertarian Studies). Hoppe calls for an alignment of conservatism and libertarianism and suggests, among other things, that the production of defense should be undertaken by insurance companies on the free market. The central theme is that a natural order is superior and that civilization would be better served by a social theory of legitimation.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1On Time Preference, Government, and the Process of Decivilization1
2On Monarchy, Democracy, and the Idea of Natural Order45
3On Monarchy, Democracy, Public Opinion, and Delegitimation77
4On Democracy, Redistribution, and the Destruction of Property95
5On Centralization and Secession107
6On Socialism and Desocialization121
7On Free Immigration and Forced Integration137
8On Free Trade and Restricted Immigration151
9On Cooperation, Tribe, City, and State171
10On Conservatism and Libertarianism187
11On the Errors of Classical Liberalism and the Future of Liberty221
12On Government and the Private Production of Defense239
13On the Impossibility of Limited Government and the Prospect for Revolution267
Index293

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