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Mary Ruwart: The Compassion Of Libertarianism

Can libertarianism heal the world? Libertarian activist, author, presidential candidate Mary Ruwart has written on this theme for more than two decades. What does she make of the current state of libertarianism? Where are we heading and where should we be heading? Is the non-aggression principle overtaken by events? If you like the work here […]

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Why the Conservative Movement Shuns Libertarians

Whether it’s nonintervention abroad, or Social Security, or WikiLeaks, or Iran, or the Department of Homeland Security, or the drug war, libertarians don’t quite fit in to the official “conservative movement.” Jim Babka, who emphasizes these very issues, joins me to talk it all through. Plus, we discuss the great Harry Browne, an important and […]

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Where Do Rights Come From?

By Luis Rivera III Libertarian, Walter Block briefly goes over where rights might come from. He mentions Murray Rothbard’s natural right’s theory, the utilitarian argument for rights and Hans Hoppe’s argumentation of ethics. Block, goes over what libertarianism consists of, namely, abiding by the non-aggression principle which he defines. This very interesting interview can be […]

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Voluntaryism in Under One Minute

Voluntaryism is philosophy which holds that all forms of human association should be voluntary. The principle most frequently used to support voluntaryism is the non-aggression principle also known as the NAP. Action on behalf of others, or their action on behalf of you, is only virtuous when it is derived from voluntary, mutual consent. For […]

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