Fred E. Foldvary

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All acts, and only those acts, that coercively harm others are evil.

Fred Emanuel Foldvary (born May 11, 1946) is a lecturer in economics at Santa Clara University, California, and a research fellow at The Independent Institute. He is also a commentator and senior editor for the online journal "The Progress Report" and an associate editor of the online journal Econ Journal Watch.

Quotes[edit]

Don’t ask from whom the economy hides; it hides from you!

The Soul of Liberty (1980)[edit]

  • Prove to me that you have the right to exist!
    • p. 5.
  • All acts, and only those acts, that coercively harm others are evil.
    • p. 49.
  • There is no moral authority for government other than to enforce the Universal Ethic.
    • p. 103

The Progress Report[edit]

  • Don’t ask from whom the economy hides; it hides from you!
    • "Somewhere Hidden Something Goes." The Progress Report [1] (January 3, 2010)

External links[edit]

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