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The Libertarian Party at Fifty Years

AntipoliticsDemocracyLibertarianismThe Police State


Economic libertarianism, with its sole focus on government budgets and taxation, is a highly limiting political strategy. Libertarians should proceed as enemies of the state.

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Sovereign Immunity Is Antilaw: The State Must Make Restitution to Its Victims

LibertarianismLegal System


A libertarian view of the law by definition means that there can be no immunity from legal consequences. Anything else perverts the very meaning of law.

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The Statist "Solution" Really Is a Non Sequitur

AntipoliticsBureaucracy and RegulationFree MarketsLibertarianism


All too often, people accept the state-sponsored "solution" to a perceived problem as the logical choice. But this "solution" really is a non sequitur.

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The Prospects for Soft Secession in America

AnarchyAntipoliticsDecentralization and SecessionLibertarianismLegal SystemProperty Rights


Is this trend toward soft secession necessarily illiberal? Is the potential for creating more states or political subdivisions, even if smaller and less sclerotic, moving us further from an idealized Hoppean private community model?

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Fighting Totalitarianism: Rothbard versus Monasticism

Decentralization and SecessionLibertarianismStrategy


To adopt monasticism before the international fascism we face today would amount not only to seceding but also to ceding everything worth saving to the monsters

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Joey Rothbard



Today would have been the ninety-second birthday of JoAnn Rothbard.

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Taking Stock of the Assets We Have (and We Have a Lot of Them)

Cronyism and CorporatismFree MarketsLibertarianismStrategy

09/01/2022Mises Media
While the antimarket and antilibertarian forces are strong, it is easy to forget that free market advocates also have a powerful set of tools.
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Patents and Progress

CapitalismThe EntrepreneurLibertarianismProperty Rights

08/19/2022Mises Media
Patents lack a basis in natural rights; to the contrary, they may be a patent absurdity.
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Emil Kauder as an Austrian Dehomogenizer

EducationLibertarianismWorld HistoryHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

08/06/2022Mises Media
Names like Menger, Böhm-Bawerk, Wieser, Hayek, and Rothbard are well-known to adherents of the Austrian school of economics. Emil Kauder isn't one of those names, but Murray Rothbard brings his contributions to Austrian thinking to light.
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