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Kollin Fields

Kollin Fields is a PhD student in history, and may be reached at kollinfields.com where he writes on libertarian topics including war, political theory, and economics. He resides with his family in Dallas, Texas.

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Democracy According to The Office

Political Theory

06/10/2021Mises Media
It’s been said by democracy’s critics that the system is essentially two wolves and a sheep deciding what’s for dinner. But to its defenders, democracy has been described as an ethical ideal and a way of life—these conceptions nearly implying a metaphysical manifestation
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Democracy According to The Office

06/01/2021Power & Market
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The Problem with Democracy? Letting Everyone Do It

Book Reviews

Blog12/26/2019

We don’t let just anyone repair our homes or perform surgery. So why do we let everyone vote, and, theoretically, let just anyone rule? Jason Brennan’s recommendation is epistocracy: the rule of the knowledgeable.

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Is the Cause of Freedom Still Making Progress?

World HistoryPolitical Theory

Blog08/27/2018

Gerard Casey paints a promising but realistic picture of what individualists of all stripes are up against.

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