Liberty Classics: Freedom, Inequality, Primitivism, and the Division of Labor by Murray Rothbard With Jeffrey Tucker

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Murray Rothbard’s classic essay makes the case against egalitarianism, communism, primitivism, and romanticism, and makes the case for liberty, inequality, and the division of labor. In a time in which government policy drives us ever further back, we can look on Murray Rothbard’s strong argument for freeing the private sector to push us forward. Join Jeffrey Tucker to discuss this controversial liberty classic Sunday, September 28th at 8pm ET!

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