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Libertarian Nationalism

Following my analysis of the 16 Points of the Alt. Right, I’ve been exploring the issue of nationalism and its relationship with libertarian principles. Left libertarians typically hold the view that nationalism is wholly antithetical to the notion of freedom … Continue reading

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When It’s OK To Tell Someone”If You Don’t Like America, Then You Can Get Out!”

Several years ago, I wrote an essay titled The libertarian response to “If you don’t like America then you can get out!” It is one of the most visited posts on this site. I recently discovered that it is now … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On Nationalism

Boxer has written a very good piece on nationalism and how it may play out in the United States. A lot of libertarians want to shy away from this topic, but it is clear that this could very well be … Continue reading

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The Best of (Fascist) Intentions

It cannot be denied that Fascism and similar movements aiming at the establishment of dictatorships are full of the best intentions and that their intervention has, for the moment, saved European civilization. The merit that Fascism has thereby won for … Continue reading

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