Liberty, Dignity, and Responsibility: The Moral Triad of a Good Society
By Daniel B. Klein
This article appeared in the Winter 1997 issue of The Independent Review


Liberty and individual responsibility preserve and affirm the dignity of the individual, whereas coercion and self-indulgence are demeaning. Understanding the interdependence among liberty, dignity, and responsibility is essential for broadening support for a free—and good—society.

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