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salvorhardin Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Oct-08-07 06:13 PM
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226. Plagiarism is generally frowned upon
Edited on Mon Oct-08-07 06:16 PM by salvorhardin
The nineteenth century is commonly described, alike by paternalistic liberals and social democrats, and by the kinds of vulgar "libertarians" who engage mainly in pro-corporate apologetics, as an age of "laissez-faire." But to use such a term in reference to that period is an utter travesty. We have already seen, in our previous chapter on primitive accumulation, how the capitalism of the nineteenth century reflected the violent reconstruction of society by a statist revolution from above. In addition, it was of the allegedly "laissez-faire" nineteenth century that Benjamin Tucker wrote, when he identified the four great forms of legal privilege on which capitalism, as a statist system of exploitation, depended. We will examine those four privileges, central to the structure of "laissez-faire" capitalism, in this chapter. In addition, we will examine a fifth form of state intervention largely ignored by Tucker, even though it was central to the development of capitalism throughout the nineteenth century: transportation subsidies.
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http://www.mutualist.org/id72.html


The last three paragraphs of your post were plagiarized verbatim from the site linked above. They are from Kevin A. Carson's Studies in Mutualist Political Economy. That would be fine if you noted these weren't your own words and provided a link to your source.

Please don't plagiarize.
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