Monthly Archives: January 2013

For a New Liberty review, Part 3 (Ch. 10-15)

Ch. 10-12 The Public Sector Certain problems exist by nature of fallen men living in an inherently evil world.  Evil itself is one.  Government is one of man’s attempts at a solution to the problem of evil.  The organization of … Continue reading

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For a New Liberty review, Part 2 (Ch. 4-9)

Ch. 4 The Problems Rothbard’s list of the problems of society is a predictable list of almost every major area government is involved.  Highlights of his list include the nationalization of television and radio, and a critique of the military … Continue reading

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For a New Liberty review, Part 1 (Ch. 1-3)

Rothbard was at one time known as “The State’s Greatest Living Enemy.”  In his manifesto, “For a New Liberty,” he leaves no doubt as to why.  He exposes the State as coercive and inherently evil, yielding to it no legitimate … Continue reading

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