Saturday, July 13, 2013

Recommended Reading

As you know if you read this site, I have some major issues with libertarianism as a political philosophy, both for the way it repackages the principled selfishness of Ayn Rand, and also the blinkered naiveté it relies on to propagate. In a new column, Paul Krugman encapsulates my issues with libertarianism when he dissects the movement's latest rebirth under the aegis of "populism," with Kentucky's Senator Rand Paul serving as its most visible face.

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