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Lew Rockwell Discusses His Book ‘The Left, the Right, and the State’

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By: Ryan McMaken If you havent’t yet bought yourself a copy of Lew Rockwell’s Against the Left: A Rothbardian Libertarianism do yourself a favor and pick one up. But at the same time, I recommend Lew’s 2010 book The Left, the Right, and the State.  I don’t think this book has received as much attention as it deserves, and if you like radical stuff — I mean really radical unapologetic anti-state stuff — this one can be mined for all kinds of great insights. I was recently reminded that Peter Quiñones is also a fan of the book, and back in November, he interviewed Lew about it on Peter’s podcast. If you’re looking for a fun refresher on why state-sponsored mass murder and impoverishment are bad things, you might enjoy this one. Powered by WPeMatico Post Views: 3

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By: Ryan McMaken

If you havent’t yet bought yourself a copy of Lew Rockwell’s Against the Left: A Rothbardian Libertarianism do yourself a favor and pick one up.

But at the same time, I recommend Lew’s 2010 book The Left, the Right, and the State.  I don’t think this book has received as much attention as it deserves, and if you like radical stuff — I mean really radical unapologetic anti-state stuff — this one can be mined for all kinds of great insights.

I was recently reminded that Peter Quiñones is also a fan of the book, and back in November, he interviewed Lew about it on Peter’s podcast.

If you’re looking for a fun refresher on why state-sponsored mass murder and impoverishment are bad things, you might enjoy this one.

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