Lysander Spooner was a political thinker, a lawyer, an anti-slavery activist, and much more. Libertarians cite him as one of the key nineteenth-century figures in their tradition. But although some libertarians know about his work No Treason, few are familiar with The Unconstitutionality of Slavery, the main topic of today’s episode.
Spooner Writings Discussed
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