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A Nation of Mercenaries

General William Westmoreland, the U.S. Commander in Vietnam, strongly supported involuntary conscription, and told the [Gates] commission that he didn’t want to command an army of mercenaries.  “General,” [Milton] Friedman interrupted, “would you rather command an army of slaves?” Replied

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Standing by Your Values

The Supreme Court decision in Kelo v. City of New London upheld the city’s right to use eminent domain to take property from one private citizen and give it to another private citizen under the justification that the use under

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