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Unless otherwise stated in the Copyright Information section above, this material may be used freely for educational and academic purposes. All rights reserved Printed in the United States of America 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data De Jasay, Anthony, 1925- Political economy, concisely: essays on policy that does not work and markets that do / Anthony de Jasay; edited and with an introduction by Hartmut Kliemt. He displays an affinity for British classical liberalism, particularly for David Hume, but keeps his distance from the Utilitarians.A longtime resident of France, Jasay shares Bastiat’s encounters with the perversities of the centralized state.The city walls, the bastions and the Old Castle owe their existence to Roger the Great Count.

He attacks the conventional view that property is a “right,” let alone a “bundle” of detachable rights conferred by some collective decision, with the state carrying out the matching obligation of enforcing the right.

Starting near the turn of the 20th century, a number of residents of the Sciacca area emigrated to the North End of Boston, Mass., where, starting in 1910, around August 15, their descendants, especially those from fishing families, have celebrated the Festival of the Madonna del Soccorso .

The economy of Sciacca is mainly based on agriculture, fishing and related food processing industry and tourism.

As a philosopher-economist, Jasay continues the British Moralist tradition originating in the work of Hobbes.

Although the British Moralists often sought to refute Hobbes, the themes he initiated persist to the present day.

Sciacca still retains much of its medieval layout, which divided the town into quarters, each laid out on a strip of rock descending toward the sea.