America’s Counter-Revolution – The Constitution Revisited

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Sheldon Richman, author of America's Counter-Revolution: The Constitution Revisited, keeps the blog Free Association and is affiliated with the Center for a Stateless Society both as chair of the trustees and as a senior fellow. You can support his blog at Patreon.
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  • I’m working on a series on the Constitution in which I will be evaluating it from a lay perspective. The first three articles are done: I would ask that anyone who may be interested in the subject take a look at my project and send me some of your thoughts. When I am done, I would like to go back over it and use any comments I get to make any necessary revisions before I assemble it all into one package. Thanks, everyone, for your attention!

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  • Against: For: Thoughts?

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  • This is a question that libertarians and constitutional conservatives have different views and answers on. Some libertarians are anarchist and want no state to exist per Murray Rothbard. Others prefer a LIMITED govt that only provides certain services like police, courts & military per Ludwig Von Mises; or even don’t a very limited welfare state per F.A. Hayek or the Chicago School of Economics. This forum is to sort out how limited govt should be according to what libertarians and anarchists think.

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  • The great Harry Elmer Barnes who was greatly praised by Murray Rothbard did not believe much of the standard story of the Holocaust. I am a bit surprised that at least from a free-speech perspective, that the libertarian world in general seems to be relatively distant from the Holocaust Revisionist movement given how so many Revisionist intellectuals (ernst zundle, david irving) are made criminals simply for expressing their opinions. I have a feeling that eventually Holocaust Revisionism, regardless of whether people believe in gas chambers or not, will become more known or important in the libertarian movement. I appreciate any comments on this.  

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  • Thoughts?

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