On this episode of Mises Weekends, Jeff tackles the illiberalism of the progressive left. In their view, all human conduct must be viewed through the filters of identity politics, privilege, and undefinable concepts of social justice. Private property, far from sacrosanct, is seen as an impediment to their program of radical egalitarianism. Jeff makes the case that the real issues confronting us are war and peace, central banking, and state power — not inequality or racism or sexism. And he argues against adopting leftist language to advance the libertarian message.
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