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0057 But Wouldn’t Warlords Take Over?

0057 But Wouldn’t Warlords Take Over? MP3 (audio player below article) But Wouldn’t Warlords Take Over? A Mises Daily from Thursday, July 07, 2005 by Robert P. Murphy Apples and Oranges When dealing with the warlord objection, we need to … Continue reading

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Libertarian Ancient Ireland

Libertarian Ancient Ireland excerpt from pages 286-290, For a New Liberty by Murray Rothbard (audio article below) The most remarkable historical example of a society of libertarian law and courts, however, has been neglected by historians until very recently. And … Continue reading

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The Morality of Revenge

The Morality of Revenge by Ben Stone (audio version at bottom of this page) Let’s start with some definitions just so we’re all moving in the same direction. Revenge 1: to avenge (as oneself) usually by retaliating in kind or … Continue reading

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Law without legislators

Law without legislators by Jock Coats Like nearly everyone else I have lived most of my life not thinking to question that we need a government in order to create and enforce the law, to preserve the peace and to … Continue reading

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Why Must The State Forbid The Duel

The Duel (audio version at bottom of page) Before progressing, let us establish exactly what is and is not meant by the word “duel” for the purpose of this article. A duel is not a drunken fistfight. Nor is it … Continue reading

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