Walter Block joins us to ask a question a lot of scrupulous libertarians have wondered about: may a libertarian take government money, or hold a job involving government contracts, and the like, while being morally and philosophically consistent?
About the Guest
Walter Block holds an endowed chair in economics at Loyola University New Orleans. He is the author of many books, and nearly 500 peer-reviewed articles.
“May a Libertarian Take Money from the Government?” by Walter Block
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