Posts Tagged ‘left-libertarian’

Darian Worden discusses the left-libertarian umbrella over libertarian socialism, anarcho-syndicalism, mutualism and agorism—its history through the 19th century French Revolution at the inception of self-proclaimed anarchists, the early works of Murray Rothbard and Samuel E. Konkin III, the meanings  and significance of ‘left’ and ‘right’ prefixes—at the 2010 New Hampshire Liberty Forum Alt Expo (27:47):

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In a blog post discussing why many people fail to even recognize things that don’t fit their expectations, Molinari Institute President Roderick Long lists six theses that he asserts ought to be followed when crafting radical libertarian/left libertarian/market anarchist rhetoric:


A newly leaked terrorism assessment from a law enforcement fusion center in Virginia singles out Historically Black Colleges as potential “radicalization nodes” for terrorists. Reminder that the State is not the Black man’s friend? (more…)