Statesman, essayist and economist, Frederic Bastiat was a renowned champion of individual freedom. The Law, first published in 1850, is Bastiat's most famous and enduring work.
The Law has been acclaimed for more than a century as the classic moral defense of liberty and limited government. Here is a timeless message of immutable principle—in the immortal words of one of history's most courageous thinkers and brilliant writers.
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