Capitalism and Crime

Under capitalism, a crime is any act that is a violation of the rights of another.

A right can only be violated by the initiation of physical force (and its corollary fraud, which is an indirect use of force).

Under capitalism, a crime is any act that is a violation of individual rights of another (a corollary of this principle is that an act which forcibly, or fraudulently, interferes with the government’s protection of individual rights is also a crime.)

 

Capitalism FAQ

Intellectually “chew” the ideas brought up in the tour by exploring the Capitalism FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).

 

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