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Anarcho-socialists say property is a form of oppression, and that it introduces conflict into society. Source: Ep. 507 Anarcho-Capitalism or Anarcho-Socialism? Why We Should Embrace Property Rights | Tom Woods
What does one need to know about politics? In some ways, Nock has summed it all up in this astonishing book. Here was a prominent essayist at the height of the New Deal. In 1935, hardly any public intellectuals were making much sense at all. They pushed socialism. They pushed fascism. Everyone had a plan. […]
By Luis Rivera III This is a roundtable discussion that features Austro-libertrian Walter Block, Libertarian Party leader Tim Moen, and Victor “The Ancap Artist” Pross. As many of Blocks’ interviews are, this interview has Dr. Block speaking on multiple different subtopics that fall underneath libertarianism. Among these subtopics is the one that covers Milton Friedman’s […]
David Gordon discusses some important thinkers and books that challenge the state. Transcript below. By David Gordon This essay is adapted from David Gordon’s talk at the Costa Mesa Mises Circle and originally appeared at Mises,org. I’m glad to see so many people here who are open-minded to the notion of society without the state. Unfortunately, […]
Jeff interviews Austrian Economics powerhouse Tom Woods, topics include: Murray Rothbard, US court system, private arbitration, Ron Paul homeschool, Liberty Classroom, currently taught history is misleading, real history courses, state schools are child abuse, Toms new book Real Dissent, no debate on major issues, replying to criticisms of Libertarianism, introducing Anarchism gently, the power of […]
Roderick T. Long traces history of libertarian/anarchist thought throughout the world in this Mises University 2013 lecture. http://library.mises.org/media/Mises%20University%202013/Neglected%20Pioneers%20of%20Free-Market%20Thought%20Roderick%20T%20Long.mp3 Neglected Pioneers of Free-Market Thought – Mises Media.
On 24 and 25 May 2005, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Professor of Economics at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and senior fellow of the Ludwig von Mises Institute (Auburn, Alabama), visited Antwerp, where he gave a lecture on the economic surplus value of small states. via The Advantages of Small States and the Dangers of Centralization […]