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Rothbard Lectures on American History: Lost and Found

U.S. HistoryWar and Foreign Policy

Blog4 hours ago

While searching through my apartment after a tragic fire, under soot and ash, I found these “lost” Rothbard lectures, recorded at NYU in 1979 and 1980. They miraculously survived and are heard now for the first time in four decades.

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The Broken Windows of America’s Foreign Policy

War and Foreign Policy

Blog09/11/2019

While it’s easy to see how much we’re spending over there, it’s harder to see what we could be doing with all of those resources if we weren’t creating more problems abroad. We need to transform the way we think about our foreign policy and take Bastiat’s cue to try to “see the unseen.”

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Rothbard and War

War and Foreign Policy

Those who believe in the free and unhampered market economy should be especially skeptical of war and military action. War, after all, is the ultimate government program.

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When State Governors Tried To Take Back Control of the National Guard

Decentralization and SecessionWar and Foreign Policy

Blog08/19/2019

In 1986, eight governors threatened to veto deployments of state troops to Central America. Washington generals and politicians responded by further destroying state independence and the Second Amendment's militia clause.

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Give Guantanamo Back to Cuba

War and Foreign Policy

Blog08/09/2019

We can start dismantling the US empire by giving Guantanamo Bay back to Cuba, followed by a termination of all foreign aid, a closure of all foreign military bases, and an end to regime-change operations around the world.

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America's Delusion of Liberal Hegemony

Book ReviewsWar and Foreign Policy

Blog07/04/2019

Attempts to impose liberal values on the world, to force people to be free, are doomed to failure and will enhance the chances of war. This is largely because nationalism is for most people a far more potent force than liberalism, whether classical or modern.

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American Policy Pushes Iran Toward Nuclear Weapons

War and Foreign Policy

Blog07/02/2019

There is no evidence that Iran is likely to capitulate to American demands. The historical record demonstrates that great powers can inflict enormous punishment on their adversaries and yet the pain rarely causes target states to surrender.

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World War I: A Revisionist Reading List

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog06/18/2019

These books and authors criticize the decision of the United States in 1917 to enter WWI, the bad results of the treaties that ended the war, and the propaganda designed to induce the public to accept the war against the Central Powers.

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Iran: America's Latest Drive for War

War and Foreign Policy

Blog06/14/2019

The US government wants us all to pay and sacrifice for yet another war. And it's using all the usual old tricks to try and have its way.

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Learning the Right Lessons from D-Day

War and Foreign PolicyWorld History

Blog06/06/2019

Both the battle and the war were unnecessary, but were the products of Great Power hubris and incompetence during and after World War I.

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