The Freedom to Cross a Border
By Wendy McElroy
Due to tighter travel restrictions and increased processing fees, crossing the Canadian-U.S. border legally has become more difficult for those convicted of driving under the influence, arrested for attending a peace rally, or in possession of a medical-marijuana card. International travel is just one realm in which the growth of government harassment and onerous red tape has increased the transaction costs of everyday living.
|Other Independent Review articles by Wendy McElroy|
|Winter 1999/00||The Liberty Debate on Participation in Politics|
|Winter 1997/98||Benjamin Tucker, Liberty, and Individualist Anarchism|