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The New Banner Interview with Murray N. Rothbard

BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of EconomicsPolitical Theory

12/06/2014Mises Daily Articles
Michael Oliver witnessed the beginning of the modern anarcho-capitalism movement, meeting Rothbard in the early 1970s. His graduate thesis was on Rothbard's description of a libertarian society and attempted to reconcile Rothbardian thought with the work of Ayn Rand...

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Harry Elmer Barnes, RIP


On August 25, 1968. less than a week after completing the final draft of the article which constitutes this issue of Left and Right , Harry Elmer Barnes died at the age of 79. Murray N. Rothbard recounts the life of Barnes and the legacy he will leave behind. Volume 4, Number 3 (1968)

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Ernesto Che Guevara, RIP


Che is dead, and we all mourn him. Why? How is it that so many libertarians mourn this man; how is it that we just received a letter from a brilliant young libertarian, a former objectivist and Birchite, which said, in part: "if they did finally get Che ... I am sure that his memory will live...

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Frank Chodorov, RIP


There he stood, his tie askew, his balding head disheveled, the ashes from his beloved pipe flying all around, his intelligent and merry eyes twinkling as he scored some outrageous, logical, and beautifully penetrating point to some clod who couldn't tell the difference between the host of...

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Hegel and the Romantic Age

BiographiesHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

10/18/2012Mises Daily Articles
Hegel, unfortunately, was not a bizarre aberrant force in European thought.

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The Legacy of Cesar Chavez

BiographiesFree MarketsInterventionism

10/11/2012Mises Daily Articles
The real legacy of Cesar Chavez is negative: forget the charisma and the hype and learn some economics.

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Hegel: The State as God's Will

BiographiesWorld HistoryInterventionism

10/04/2012Mises Daily Articles
Armed with Hegelian philosophy, the modern state would take its divinely appointed stand at the height of history and civilization, as God on earth.

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Hegel and the Man-God

BiographiesOther Schools of Thought

09/27/2012Mises Daily Articles
The key step in secularizing dialectic theology, and thus in paving the way for Marxism, was taken by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770–1831)...

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Vices Are Not Crimes

BiographiesFree MarketsPhilosophy and MethodologyPolitical Theory

Spooner's anarchism was, like his abolitionism, another valuable part of his pietist legacy. For, here again, his pietistic concern for universal principles brought him to a consistent and courageous application of libertarian principles, writes Murray N. Rothbard (1926–1995). This audio...

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