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Debating Socialism: The Seligman-Nearing Debate at 100

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01/04/2021Rob Weir

In January 1921, thirty-five hundred people packed the Lexington Theater in midtown Manhattan to hear a debate of socialism. Ludwig von Mises in Vienna later called the debate "instructive."

Original Article: "Debating Socialism: The Seligman-Nearing Debate at 100​"

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Rob Weir

Rob Weir blogs at WhyNotLibertarianism.com. His book, Capitalism versus Socialism: The Great Seligman-Nearing Debate of 1921 is available in paperback

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