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No Man Is an Island (Not Even Libertarians)

by Aaron Ross Powell on Jul 18, 2013

Libertarians reject an expansive state. But this doesn’t mean they reject social bonds or the benefits of working with others to achieve common goals.

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The Errors of Nostalgi-tarianism

by Steven Horwitz on Jul 13, 2018

Pining for a golden age of liberty that never existed is analytically and rhetorically disastrous.

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The Problem with “Fake News”

by Ryan Khurana on Jul 20, 2018

Anxiety about fake news has long dogged open publishing environs, while the costs of gatekeeping often go unnoticed. 

 

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Adam Smith, Class Warrior: The Left-Right Spectrum

by David S. D’Amato on Sep 20, 2016

D’Amato argues that Adam Smith’s role as a critic of incumbent mercantilist interests has been wrongly obscured by those who see him as aligned with the right.

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Exceptions to Liberty in Adam Smith’s Works

by Paul Mueller on Apr 15, 2015

Adam Smith’s commitment to liberty wasn’t without exceptions, but the centrality and import of those exceptions should not be exaggerated.