|Publication date||1 July 2010|
Libertarianism Today is a book written by Jacob Huebert and published in 2010, intended as the successor book to Murray Rothbard's 1973 For a New Liberty. Like Rothbard's work, it examines many different social issues and how libertarian principles apply to them. It has many notable differences from For a New Liberty, however. It is about a third shorter and does not take an explicitly anarcho-capitalist stance, instead summing up the variety of stances taken by different major groups and figures within the libertarian movement. It does not even delve into the subject of anarcho-capitalist law, as FANL did, instead stating that such topics are outside its scope. Perhaps most importantly to the casual reader, its full text is not available online, and cannot be placed by others online due to copyright restrictions. This is rather ironic, since the book devotes a chapter to the fight against intellectual property. Jeffrey Tucker opined, "Markets don’t fail but firms make mistakes and this is one of them."
- ↑ "Libertarianism Today". Mises Bookstore. https://mises.org/store/Product2.aspx?ProductId=10394.
- ↑ "Libertarianism Today". The Mises Review 16 (1). http://mises.org/misesreview_detail.aspx?control=375.
- ↑ Tucker, Jeffrey (24 February 2010). "Huebert’s Libertarianism Today". http://archive.mises.org/11724/hueberts-libertarianism-today/.
- "The Fight against Intellectual Property" by Jacob H. Huebert, March 2011 (Chapter 10 of the book)
- "True Libertarianism" by Walter Block, July 2010
- Authors Forum: Libertarianism Today (video) by Jacob H. Huebert, March 2010
- "Libertarianism for Dummies!" by Fergus Hodgson, February 2011
- "Is There Hope for Liberty in Our Lifetime?" by Jacob H. Huebert, April 2011