The Public Interest and the Limits of Volunteerism

Dec. 13, 2006 (crisispapers.org) — Libertarians often tell us that personal voluntary restraint and charitable contributions are morally preferable solutions to social problems than government coercion and taxation. Ronald Reagan probably had this in mind when he said in his first inaugural address that "government is not the solution – government is the problem." To … Continue reading The Public Interest and the Limits of Volunteerism
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