The "What's New" blog for the Critiques Of Libertarianism website.
That was a very interesting article, Mike. I am not sure about the 'Mind of a Market' or that 'free markets' provide people with a moral goal (in what way)? It seems to hang on the premise that profit maximization and wealth creation are ALWAYS moral goals.OT: Do you still have the same email address? I sent you two emails, but you never responded. It just contained links to several articles that people who frequent your blog and site might find interesting. Here they are:"Paradoxically, Ron Paul's Success Proving Irrelevance of(Establishment) Libertarianism" - by John Derbyshirehttp://www.vdare.com/derbyshire/080126_irrelevance.htmConservative Criticisms:"The Limits of Libertarianism: Southern California's Catastrophe" -http://www.vdare.com/sailer/ca_history.htmA good example of how exclusive, regulated societies (NoCal) can bebetter than open, populist-libertarian ones (SoCal)."Libertarianism in One Country" - http://www.vdare.com/sailer/libertarianism.htmA call for Libertarians to eschew ideology and take a hint from the'bad guys' (Stalin & Trotsky)Additional Criticisms of Economists:"The Unbearable Innocence of Economists" -http://isteve.blogspot.com/2006/09/unbearable-innocence-of-economists.htmlHow neoliberal economists were complicit in the looting of Russia"The Real Larry Summers Scandal" -http://isteve.blogspot.com/2006/03/real-larry-summers-scandal.htmlMore on the looting of Russia
Not only a concise, well-reasoned critique, but a refreshing break from the drivel that inspired the last thread on the same subject.
You might find my own review of interest: Mind of the Market, reviewed. I am substantially in agreement with Tim Sandefur.
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