Liberty, Justice and the Market

Professor Chipman challenges some views which have become orthodox in academic and intellectual circles and subsequently throughout society. They concern the relationship between personal liberty, social justice and the market. His analysis is especially important in 1981 when the relationship between government and its citizens is under closer scrutiny. This re-examination of the role of the state is occurring for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the continual failure of government to deliver what it promises.