Rev Austrian Econ (2013) 26:239–241 DOI 10.1007/s11138-013-0203-2 Gary Chartier, Anarchy and Legal Order: Law and Politics for a Stateless Society New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2013. xvi + 416 Pages. USD 115.00 (cloth) Paul Dragos Aligica Published online: 27 January 2013 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013 Gary Chartier’s new book is anything if not radical. Its objective is nothing less than “to articulate an anarchist position that is identifiably leftist, anti-capitalist, and socialist, while also hospitable to robust possessory claims and to mutually beneficial exchange as a valuable variety of peaceful, voluntary cooperation.” In brief, to write the foundational blueprint for an anarchistic market socialist social order. The position advanced is hence by no means your regular, flavor of the months, statist theory-of-justice-rehashing academic exercise. There are two reasons RAE readers might be interested in this book. The first is that, traditionally, Austrian economists have always been at the frontline of intellectual engage- ment with an entire array of radical political economy schools of thought. They have constantly been ahead of the curve, as the most informed and profound critics of an entire range of ideas, systems, theories, formulas and institutional designs that boldly came at one
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