Adam Young

Adam Young is a freelance Austrolibertarian writer and reviewer. He lives in Canada.

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Mises Daily Adam Young
“The freedoms won by Americans in 1776 were lost in the revolution of 1913,” wrote Frank Chodorov. Indeed, a man’s home used to be his castle. The income tax, however, gave the government the keys to...
Mises Daily Adam Young
John Walker, who left his California home to join the Taliban, was hardly the first American citizen to be seduced to sign up with a foreign ideological movement. As America sank into depression in the 1930s, it also embarked on what would be called its “Red Decade” of infatuation with Joseph Stalin’s Soviet Union. This delusion would draw hundreds of American citizens to join up with Stalin’s cause. It was a fateful decision because many of them ended up being executed.