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1433: National Capitalism And The Correct View

Misconception: a view or opinion that is incorrect because it is based on faulty thinking or understanding. This is a story about ideas. With mainstream Libertarianism already subordinated to large financial interests, the radical fringe of the movement sought to differentiate itself in an atmosphere increasing plagued by leftism. Rothbardian and Hoppean thought where all but drowned out by a sea of ...

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Neoreactionaries Are Off Their Heads About Trump

In a November 11 article at Social Matter, Michael Perilloux analyzed the election of Donald Trump with respect to its meaning for the neoreactionary movement, speaking in the voice of all neoreactionaries. In this much, he is mostly correct. But there is much to be criticized about the goals discussed therein, as well as the means of reaching them. Let ...

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