Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Tom Paine and our pain: Rothbard, republics and monarchy
It is a maxim of conservative thought, which should be fully shared by paleolibertarians, that good things evolve, while evil things burst suddenly into the world with revolutionary force.

One of the most surprising turns in the late and post-Rothbardian period of libertarian theorizing has been the rehabilitation of monarchism stimulated by Hans Hermann Hoppe in his
Democracy: The God That Failed.
I think I’ve found a theme for the day. From Integer.

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