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  • What Must Be Done


"Instead of protecting us, the State has delivered us and our property to the mob and mob instincts…. How can the State and the statist disease be stopped?" – Hans-Hermann Hoppe

The American regime has allowed its mask to drop. The state has shut down businesses and unleashed leftist mobs. It inflates away our currency and has weaponized our banks. It wants to politicize every aspect of our lives while eliminating any semblance of self-governance.

None of this has surprised Dr. Hans-Hermann Hoppe, who has long been one of civilization’s more prominent critics of the West’s neoliberal order. The question, then, is what can we do about it? Unlike mainstream pundits, Dr. Hoppe is willing to engage that challenge with the attention it deserves.

With your donation of $25 or more, you will receive a copy of Dr. Hoppe's What Must Be Done. Originally delivered in 1997, this outline of libertarian strategy is as relevant today as it was when it was first presented.

As only Dr. Hoppe can, he offers a scathing and insightful critique of the society and culture that has allowed the modern Left to rise to power, and he outlines a way forward for those who wish to defend civilization: a bottom-up revolution.

What Must Be Done is the perfect way to introduce your Tucker Carlson–viewing neighbor, colleague, or family to the ideas of the nonwoke and un-PC Mises Institute. With inflation and the threat of the state rising, the contributions of the Austrian school have never been more important. There is no other institution filling that void.

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