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Class Struggle Rightly Conceived (2007)

“In light of Marx’s words, it’s worth exploring ‘the historical development of this class struggle’ as seen from the perspective of the classical liberals. At first this analysis of class may seem paradoxical. Free-market advocates have long emphasized that trade … Continue reading

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The Revolution Comes to Turkey (2013)

This is the third issue of the Molinari Institute’s quarterly magazine, The Industrial Radical. Editor Roderick Long writes, The third issue (Spring 2013) of The Industrial Radical will be back from the printers and on its way to subscribers shortly, … Continue reading

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From State to Society (2012)

“It’s not privatization per se, but free competition through voluntary exchange, that is desirable. It matters little whether the government calls people who perform its functions public employees or private contractors. When a company becomes a monopoly government con­tractor, to … Continue reading

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Spontaneous Order — Five Theses on Freed-Market Social Movements and Self-Regulating Anarchy (2011)

In “Five Theses on Freed-Market Social Movements and Self-Regulating Anarchy,” Sheldon Richman, Charles Johnson, and David D’Amato look at the social and economic possibilities for social order to emerge without the need to impose social control – for spontaneous order and people-powered social movements against capitalism, racism, and ecocide within an anarchic freed market. Includes Richman’s “Regulation Red Herring,” D’Amato’s “The Free Market’s Regulatory Model,” and Johnson’s “We Are Market Forces,” “I Oppose Civil Rights Acts because I Support Civil Rights Movements,” and “The Clean Water Act vs. Clean Water.”