[ExI] libertarians and inheritance

Damien Broderick thespike at satx.rr.com
Mon May 4 00:42:03 UTC 2009

At 05:16 PM 5/3/2009 -0700, Fred C. Moulton wrote:

>Someone made an editing change to the material quoted which gives an
>impression that is not there is the original.  Of course I am sure this
>was just a simple mistake and not a dishonest attempt to cast a false
>impression about Rothbard in particular or libertarians in general.
>Someone quoted:
> >  The great
> > anarchistic "Mr. Libertarian", Murray Rothbard, joined with an
> > arch-fascist [LaRouche]...
>The original in the URL cited is:
>"The great anarchistic "Mr. Libertarian", Murray Rothbard, joined with
>an arch-fascist; most state-level positions have been lost to the
>Please note that there is no mention of or reference to LaRouche in the
>entire sentence.

Perhaps I jumped erroneously to that conclusion. How is that 
possible? Because the Rothbard essay on Friedman I've been quoting is urled at


and (again, maybe even more erroneously) I associate those two names. 
Careless of me.

Damien Broderick

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