The Case for Discrimination
by Walter Block
Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute 2010
Number of pages: 514
Discrimination -- choosing one thing over another -- is an inevitable feature of the material world where scarcity of goods and time is the pervasive feature. There is no getting around it. You must discriminate, and therefore you must have the freedom to discriminate, which only means the freedom to choose. Without discrimination, there is no economizing taking place. It is chaos.
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