The headlines this week were dominated by last weekend's events at Charlottesville. Of course, instead of rejecting the the sort of overly politicized society that makes such escalation inevitable, politicians of both sides tried to seize the moment. As such, we have the returning distraction over the battle over confederate monuments — an issue easily remedied by privatizing them.Lost in the noise of yet another pseudo event is the true root of political violence: the rejection of genuine liberalism. The growth of government comes at the expense of civility.For this week's Mises Weekends, we're excited to share the first episode of a new Mises Institute podcast, "Historical Controversies." Hosted by Chris Calton, a Mises Fellow, "Historical Controversies" is a series
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