Regarding public goods, why can’t we say that in our “imperfect world” while most of the time justice and welfare are in harmony with each other, sometimes they conflict? In such a case we can have one or the other but not both.

Buchanan denied that taxation is an injustice, and Rothbard argued that we don’t need the government providing public goods. Are both opinions evading the issue?

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