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Leviathan At War

JULY 30, 2009

The anthology contains many classic and provocative writings, including Daniel Webster’s “Conscription,”  Mark Twain’s “War Prayer,” Leonard Read’s “Conscience on the Battlefield,” Ayn Rand’s, “The Roots of War,” Edmund Opitz’s “Concerning War and Peace,” and Ludwig von Mises’s “The Economics of War.”

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