Many conservative advocates of market-based economics passionately support a large military, while many opponents of a large military oppose markets. Nineteenth-century classical liberal Richard Cobden, however, maintained that the military and the market were substitutes: more military entails less market.
|Other Independent Review articles by Edward P. Stringham|
|Spring 2005||Is Government Inevitable? Comment on Holcombes Analysis|
|Summer 2004||The Debates of Liberty: An Overview of Individualist Anarchism, 1881–1908|