Reason | Dec 4, 2020 | 0
Hoppe’s Democracy with Stephan Kinsella
Lawyer and libertarian theorist Stephan Kinsella joins the show to discuss the middle chapters of Hoppe’s Democracy, The God That Failed—in particular dealing with “desocialization” of collective property, immigration, and free trade. These are the most controversial and widely-discussed parts of the book, and Kinsella provides a fascinating analysis of property vs. wealth, the problems with public ownership and forced integration, and the concept of rule-setting for state property. And don’t miss the final part of the show for his explanation of “Hoppephobia.”
Kinsella’s article on LewRockwell.com: “A Simple Libertarian Argument Against Unrestricted Immigration and Open Borders“
Read Stephan Kinsella’s Against Intellectual Property at Mises.org/KinsellaBook
Use the code HAPOD for a discount on Democracy: The God That Failed from our bookstore: Mises.org/BuyHoppe
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