Law, Property Rights, and Air Pollution
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Murray Rothbard: Polytechnic Institute of New York
Cato Journal, 1982, vol. 2, issue 1, 55-99
Law is a set of commands; the principles of tort or criminal law, which we shall be dealing with, are negative commands or prohibi- tions, on the order of â€œthou shalt notâ€ do actions, X, Y, or Z.1 In short, certain actions are considered wrong to such a degree that it is considered appropriate to use the sanctions of violence (since law is the social embodiment of violence) to combat, defend against, and punish the transgressors...
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