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Libertarian Literature

As a lifelong reader with a bachelor’s degree in English literature, I feel qualified enough to make the casual and probably unobjectionable observation that most great art, film, or literature often comes with a decidedly socialist or at least social … Continue reading

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The Mises Institute has just posted an absolutely fantastic excerpt from Paul Cantor’s book The Invisible Hand in Popular Culture: Liberty vs. Authority in American Film and TV. Cantor is actually a colleague of a professor of mine, Michael Valdez Moses, …

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Lately, I’ve been scouring the Mises Institute’s iTunes U page for their free podcasts, lectures, and books-on-tape. I have come across a series of lectures by historian Tom Woods (author of Nullification, Meltdown, and Rollback) on American history entitled “The Truth about …

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I’m a couple days late on this one, but I’ve been traveling so bear with me. Paul Krugman posted about Ron Paul’s reaction to QE3 this past weekend. I think that his post, yet again, reveals that despite his biting criticisms …

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Jefferson and the Boisterous Sea of Liberty

From Thomas Jefferson:   Timid men…prefer the calm of despotism to the boisterous sea of liberty.   Reprinted from libertarianism.org.  Tweet

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