"The Law" is the classic, concise, and spirited defense of limited and proper government. In "The Law," author Frederic Bastiat (1801-1850) takes on those ever-present elitists, bureaucrats, and other enemies of liberty, and he utterly demolishes their supposed "right" to plunder the people's property and organize their lives. Absorbing the easy-to-grasp principles in this little book will empower the reader to convincingly explain to others what the proper role of government should be. Many of the ideas explained by Bastiat in "The Law" are ones that supporters of limited government intuitively know, but might not have been able to put into words. Students who are studying Civics or Government will enjoy using this version of "The Law," which has been newly paraphrased into modern English. This small volume will empower readers with a clear understanding of our God-given individuality, liberty, and property, and the right we have to use and develop these to the best of our ability.
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