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The Right to Ignore the State - Footnotes and History
Written by Herbert Spencer   
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The Right to Ignore the State
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The Only Legitimate Source of Power
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* Hence may be drawn an argument for direct taxation; seeing that only when taxation is direct does repudiation of state burdens become possible.


This essay is taken from chapter 19 of Herbert Spencer's first major work of political philosophy — Social Statics or, The Conditions essential to Happiness specified, and the First of them Developed (1851)

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