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Murray Rothbard's Defense of Complete Self-Ownership

Murray Rothbard believed in complete self-ownership. He believed it was the only completely defensible philosophical position.

With the issue of self-ownership, there are three possible options besides complete self-ownership. 82 more words


The Great, but Misguided, Benjamin Strong Goes Astray in 1928

In making yet further revisions to our paper on Hawtrey and Cassel, Ron Batchelder and I keep finding interesting new material that sheds new light on the thinking behind the policies that led to the Great Depression. 2,635 more words


Democracy is a Fraud

The founders of the U.S. were clear that they did not believe in “democracy”. In our modern system of “democratic” government you are allowed to vote but it does not make any real difference. 742 more words

Society And Government


What I want to say every time my liberal friends tell me “the rich need to pay their fair-share!”

Along these lines, I really like Bastiat’s view, which I can’t remember verbatim but was something along the lines of “What would be considered a blatant violation of one’s property if A were to steal directly from B is not suddenly a justified and moral act if A was able to convince C to steal from B.” 6 more words

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Rothbard had strong feelings for modern economics

I’m finally getting around to reading Murray Rothbard’s economic treatise, Man, Economy, and State with Power and Market. I would have given a lot to personally learn from Rothbard, especially after reading his take of current economic instruction: 242 more words

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What Has Government Done to Our Money? | Murray Rothbard

What Has Government Done to Our Money?
by Murray Rothbard


Quick Review

Money is the lifeblood of an economy, the conduit through which millions of transactions flow. 218 more words


Radical Feminism

Murray Rothbard called “women’s lib” (aka radical feminism) the “ugly girl’s movement.” — jtl, 419

by Paul Joseph Watson editor at large of Infowars.com and… 107 more words

Murray Rothbard