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Rob Weir blogs at WhyNotLibertarianism.com. His book, Capitalism versus Socialism: The Great Seligman-Nearing Debate of 1921 is available in paperback
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."
Bureaucracy and Regulation
The relationship between the Nazi state and industry was not evidence that the Nazis had capitalist leanings, but that the German businessmen had socialist leanings.