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Was Adam Smith a Libertarian?

by Paul Mueller on Mar 25, 2015

Mueller introduces a series of posts about Adam Smith, giving a broad overview of his thought and situating him relative to other thinkers.

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Free Love: Victoria Woodhull

by David S. D’Amato on Mar 23, 2015

Victoria Woodhull was a political radical in the free love movement and the first woman to run for president.

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Hayek and the Hard Case

by Helen Dale on Mar 19, 2015

Dale argues we need a Hayekian social safety net to prevent infanticide.

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Free Love: Moses Harman

by David S. D’Amato on Feb 26, 2015

Moses Harman, publisher of Lucifer, the Light Bearer, was an important figure in the ninteenth century free love, anarchist, and feminist movements.

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Pluralism as Consensus Rationing

by Adam Gurri on Feb 23, 2015

Gurri discusses the concepts of pluralism and monism in politics and the social sciences.

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Free Love: Angela and Ezra Heywood

by David S. D’Amato on Feb 13, 2015

Sex radicals Angela and Ezra Haywood published the periodical The Word, often battling censors in their effort to get government out of the bedroom.