Tom Woods, Property Rights and Economics
Published by: Nathan Fraser on 10-06-2015Tweet
In the absence of the State, what sort of property rights concepts might emerge? Tom Woods joins me today to discuss that very topic. Are property rights needed for a thriving society? Could they even exist without the State being there to enforce them? We get down and dirty, talking about property as a form of theft, absentee ownership, and a whole lot more. In the second half of the show, I do a review of the classic economics book by Henry Hazlitt, Economics In One Lesson, where I explore some of the common economics fallacies that this book completely destroys. This is a very thought provoking episode.
Tom's website can be found at TomWoods.com
Keywords: tom woods henry hazlitt economics property rights ron paul theft state anarcho communism capitalism