Liberalism and republicanism together made for a stronger worldview.
Joseph R. Stromberg
Joseph R. Stromberg is a columnist and Research Fellow at The Independent Institute and has held the JoAnn B. Rothbard Chair in History at the Ludwig Von Mises Institute. He has contributed a number of scholarly articles for publications including The Freeman, Reason, The Individualist, Freedom Daily, and Journal of Libertarian Studies.
“Bukharin had a firm grip on the economic main drift, the “rise” of cartels and monopolies. Unhappily, he [thought it the] inevitable outcome of market relations.”
“America cannot and should not police the globe with sermon and sword, but she can be a model of a free and peaceful society.”
Nicholas Mosvick joins us to discuss the complexity of Fernando Wood, the mayor of New York who wished the state seceded during the Civil War.