JLS 20.3: What Lies Within?
[cross-posted at Austro-Athenian Empire]
In the newest issue (20.3) of the Journal of Libertarian Studies, Bertrand Lemennicier criticises game-theoretic defenses of the state; Carl Watner defends the effectiveness of organised nonviolent resistance as a response to military invasion; Barry Simpson compares Robert Lewis Dabney and Hans-Hermann Hoppe on the cultural effects of democracy; Walter Block and the late Milton Friedman (in what sadly turned out to be the last publication of Friedmans lifetime) debate gradualist versus extremist approaches to libertarianism; Jan Lester takes issue with David Conways defense of liberal nationalism; Marcus Verhaegh raises worries about Jacob Levys multiculturalism of fear; and William Anderson praises Andrew Napolitanos account of the decline of constitutional government.
Read a fuller summary of 20.3s contents here.
Read summaries of previous issues under my editorship here.
Read back issues online here.
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