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Leonard P. Liggio

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Leonard Liggio was a classical liberal author, research professor of law at George Mason University, and executive vice president of the Atlas Network in Fairfax, Virginia, US.

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Social Scientists, Schooling, and the Acculturation of Immigrants in 19th Century America

EducationMonopoly and Competition

09/12/2018The Journal of Libertarian Studies
Public schools have always been central to government's ability to propagandize in favor of a single, homogenized, national system of government.


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Murray Rothbard and Jacksonian Banking

U.S. HistoryMoney and Banking


Rothbard saw at an early stage of his life as a graduate student that the Jacksonian period was a defining one in American history.

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Richard Cantillon and the French Economists: Distinctive French Contributions of J.B. Say

History of the Austrian School of EconomicsOther Schools of Thought

11/21/2017The Journal of Libertarian Studies
The late 17th century experienced a crisis in European thought which paralleled the Scientific Revolution and led to a revolution in economic thought.


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First Thoughts on the Announcement of the Death of Bernard Fall


Like many who came to political consciousness during the second world war, Bernard Fall possessed a sixth sense about political issues. But in the case of Fall this sense was enriched by his seizing upon an active political role — as a young guerrilla in the French Forces of the Interior. Volume 3...
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A Bernard Fall Retrospective

BiographiesWar and Foreign PolicyWorld History

On February 21, 1967, while on patrol with US Marines north of Hue, in South Vietnam, Bernard Fall, distinguished French-born expert on Vietnam and a professor at Howard University, was killed by a land-mine. Left and Right here presents reviews of Fall's last two works, recently published, on...
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