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Joey Clark sits down with Jeff Deist, President of the Mises Institute, to talk about the perils democracy, the importance of having a populist message of decentralization, the Libertarian Party convention, and more.

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  • I would argue decentralized direct democracy with administrators of public will (as opposed to politicians) who would outsource the various public projects to the best providers from the free market.

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  • There has been much media buzz surrounding this Libertarian candidate for US Senate in Florida. He was on the Radical Agenda today to get out his message and dispel some rumors and lies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrvM6R2k3oM Thoughts on this?

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  • I think the Mises Institute should present Israel Kirzner with one of their awards because since he is one of the last few who actually studied under Ludwig von Mises, and (despite differences of opinion in the Austrian School) has been one the main contributing players in the school. http://mises.org/page/1475/Mises-Institute-Awards I suggest doing this because since he’s “getting on in life” I think it would be a good thing for the Mises Institute to recognise his contribution to Austrian Economics “before his time comes,” what do you think? Kirzner on Rothbard: The Intellectual Portrait Series: A conversation with Israel Kirzner http://newmedia.ufm.edu/gsm/index.php/Kirznermachanconversation “Seminar students such as Hans Sennholz, William Peterson, George Reisman, Israel Kirzner, and Ralph Raico eventually formed—together with Murray Rothbard—the solid core of Misesians to hold out through the long libertarian winter of the 1960s and 1970s, thus enabling the breakthrough of Misesian ideas of the 1980s and 1990s. At least three regular NYU students would eventually become important Misesians who, each in his own way, took up where their teacher had left off: Hans Sennholz, Israel Kirzner, and George Reisman.” Jörg Guido Hülsmann: Last Knight of Liberalism. “In his twenty-four years at New York University Professor Mises sponsored only four candidates who wrote their dissertations under his tutelage (Sennholz, Spadaro, Kirzner, Reisman).” Hans Sennholz.

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