[ExI] book libertarianism and communitarianism
William Flynn Wallace
foozler83 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 31 22:38:37 UTC 2018
American Character, by Colin Woodard.
OK, so I have always hated history classes, and never made above a C in it
(exception: ancient history, a B). Still hate it, but I am afraid that
some of what I read in this book changed by beliefs about libertarianism
Many examples throughout show that what results from either one of these
alone results in tyranny. You have to have a balance of both.
Free markets associated with libertarianism in the late 1800s strangled the
marketplace, made prices wildly out of whack with supply and demand, and
many more. Result - the free market was not free. Railroad boardrooms ran
Truly an eye-opener. Some of you may know all this, but if so, how could
you remain a strict libertarianism? By being a Social Darwinist?
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