Re: Libertarian or "Dynamic" Socialism (fixed)

Lee Daniel Crocker (
Fri, 3 Jan 1997 23:57:26 -0800 (PST)

> Lee, where can I find out more about Anarcho-capitalism. It seems at
> first and second glance to be a self-contradicting term but I'd like to
> see what its principles are. Does it exclude property rights? I'd also
> like to read your arguments against patents/copyrights. You can respond
> through the mail list or at my e-mail address:

As I mentioned, Friedman's work is probably the standard. His web
pages at <> contain a lot of info, including
excerpts (though not the whole) of _Machinery of Freedom_. I have not
yet published my writings on what I believe is the changing nature of
intellectual property, but I plan to shortly (and of course, those
writings will not be copyrighted, so I will make them available on my
web site <> and make money from them in other
non-traditional ways).

Property rights are indeed the foundation of anarcho-capitalism.
Including the most fundamental property of all--one's own body, and
the products of one's own labor.