Rothbard tackles two books on Herbert Spencer.
Are human inherently, unavoidably aggressive?
Jeff Riggenbach charges through the threshold.
“In his brilliant speech, The Case for Legalizing Hard Drugs, Roy Childs demonstrates that virtually every belief held about opiate users is false.”
“The central thesis [is that] face-to-face relationships between the powerful rich gives them [the] cohesiveness as a group [necessary] to control the society.”
“There is no way, in a short review, to communicate the appalling quality of the spectacle the experiments unfold.”
The great Jeff Riggenbach offers the first items in a wonderful series on fiction.
Part II of Riggenbach’s excellent review of fiction.
Riggenbach handles the mainstay and workhorse of modern fiction.
“The attack on death has not been organized properly, for the simple reason that we have not dared announce it as an over-all objective.”
“Austin Tappan Wright was a man of ideas. Some of those ideas will worry libertarians…but Islandia contains a wealth of ideas worth thought.”
Marina approaches the Revolution ‘from below.’
“Advocates of liberty should realize that in order to maximize their cause they must continually stress that non-violence is a key element to real liberty.”
“A free…society would inevitably perish unless [populated] by enough autonomous individuals who value risky freedom over the apparent comforts of tyranny.”
“Grotius inherited his opposition to tyranny.”