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Short blurb on Murray Rothbard

Murray Rothbard (1926-1995) was an economist at UNLV and is considered to be one of the most important figures of the post-war libertarian movement. Rothbard earned his BA and PhD from Columbia (his dissertation on… 320 more words


Does Murray Rothbard implicitly reject herd mentality?

In his lucidly written work Economic Depressions: Their Cause & Cure, Austrian economist Murray Rothbard attempts to explain why economies experience downturns otherwise known as “depressions”. 260 more words


Murray Rothbard on the European Union.

My favorite economist of all time is the magnificent Murray Rothbard. Is this short 2-minute clip from 1989, Rothbard correctly predicts the problems facing the modern European Union with spot-on accuracy.


Lew Rockwell tones down his anarcho-capitalist rhetoric in favour of more relevant and popular articles

Once a haven of pure anarcho-capitalist rhetoric, LewRockwell.com has had to tone it down as of April 2014, in order to publish articles that people actually care about now that Ron Paul’s 2012 presidential campaign is long over. 343 more words

Myths About Capitalism

Many people think big businesses like free market capitalism. The truth is when big businesses were small they liked free market capitalism, because it allowed them to compete with bigger businesses for a share of the market. 338 more words

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Can Libertarianism Defend the Defenseless?

by Christian Ohnimus                                                                         Wednesday, April 2

Defending the Undefendable by Walter Block is one of the most enlightening books one may read on “classical liberalism,” one of the most prominent strains of libertarianism. 1,554 more words

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