Introduction: What is Libertarianism?

@article{Moseley2012IntroductionWI,
  title={Introduction: What is Libertarianism?},
  author={Daniel D. Moseley},
  journal={Basic Income Studies},
  year={2012},
  volume={6}
}
To the surprise of many, a significant number of influential libertarians have endorsed basic income. The Nobel Prize winning economists Friedrich von Hayek and Milton Friedman defended versions of basic income, as have Philippe Van Parijs, Hillel Steiner and Charles Murray. The contributors to this Basic Income Studies debate issue are an interdisciplinary group of political philosophers, political scientists, economists and even a Libertarian political candidate that are interested in… 
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