The Libertarian Nuremberg Trials with Walter Block With Walter Block

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How should libertarians approach punishment? If one day our dreams of a free society are realized, what happens to the Fed Chairman, the former presidents, or common soldiers? Walter Block, the tireless defender of the undefendable, has an opinion on the matter. Come ask your questions and hear Walter’s libertarian theory of punishment!

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