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A great speech by Hoppe that was the keynote address presented at the Mises Institute’s 35th Anniversary Celebration in New York City on October 7, 2017. Transcript below I first met Murray Rothbard in the summer of 1985. I was then 35 and Murray was 59. For the next ten years, until Murray’s premature death […]
Hoppe gives a great speech on libertarian strategy for social change. Get rid of all welfare parasites and bums. To cement their position the ruling class has put the underclass on the dole and thus made it the most reliable source of public support, allegedly to help people rise and move up from the underclass […]
by Hans Hermann-Hoppe This essay was originally published in The Free Market in April 1993. It’s true that the US health-care system is a mess, but this demonstrates not market but government failure. To cure the problem requires not different or more government regulations and bureaucracies, as self-serving politicians want us to believe, but the […]
Jeff Deist, president of the Mises Institute, on what libertarians (and even progressives and conservatives) ought to aim for, and why handing out U.S. Constitutions in Iraq might not be the most effective strategy.
Hoppe debunks Marxism.
Dr. Hoppe’s book ‘The Economics and Ethics of Private Property’ (mises.org/EEPP) is among the most important modern contributions to libertarian thought. Hoppe, like Rothbard, connects laissez-faire economics to normative libertarian theory with laserlike precision and inexorable logic. Property isn’t just a social construct determined by legislative fiat, but rather a necessary component of self-ownership and […]
Pure brilliance from a living legend.
Hans-Hermann Hoppe discussing why the worst rise to the top. This is an excerpt from: “The Errors of Classical Liberalism” (Full lecture: https://youtu.be/f82mHHAt6yI).
This is an excerpt where Hoppe talks about lifeboat situations and hypotheticals.