Posts Tagged ‘Ludwig von Mises’

Response to a criticism of left-libertarianism posted at The Libertarian Standard by Juan Fernando Carpio.

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A facebook friend, Andrew Taranto, posted:

Ayn Rand was, at least rhetorically speaking, a capitalist and an anti-libertarian. Shouldn’t we, libertarians, regard this as significant when considering the value of the term “capitalist”?

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In response to Professor Walter Block’s response to the ‘anti-capitalist’ proponents of free markets.

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Sheldon Richman differentiates capitalism from a freed market followed by a Q&A session in an event sponsored by The Future of Freedom Foundation held at George Mason University. Mr. Richman said at his blog, the lecture deals “with the confusion about the word ‘capitalism’ and the historical reasons why what is known as capitalism has little to do with the free market” (79:12):

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