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Recently, we recorded a crossover episode of Mutual Exchange Radio with Joel Williamson of Non Serviam Media. As part of that project, our host Zachary Woodman was a guest on the Non Serviam Podcast this month. You can listen to the episode here. Episode description: Zachary Woodman is a Master of Philosophy student at Western…
Mises Can Teach Us to Solve the Shortages: A Case for Coron...
Governments have various ways to control the markets and attempt to preserve equilibrium. The most familiar one is price-fixing1 and punishing the infringers by reliance on governments’ forces. The rationale behind this is that governments will allocate resources to the best interest of the community and, as they have authority, they can easily mobilize the…
In Defense of Small Business: On the Price Gouging/Looting Debate
And for Trade-in, We’ll Give You Covid-19
War Anarchic: Arminius
The Network: A Parody of the Discourse
It’s fun to reimagine the same damn fights among anarchists over “markets” with “network” substituted in its place. After all, “market” just stands for “trade network.” And while opposition to the act of trade is a distinct and important component of most rejections of markets — see my prior parable about the benefits of trade…
Coronavirus & Critical Theory; or, How to Come Together in a Pandemic
Is This Micromanufacturing’s Hour?
Credit As an Enclosed Commons
Review: Open Borders
Libertarian economist Bryan Caplan and Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal creator Zach Weinersmith have collaborated on a non-fiction graphic novel called Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration. As the title suggests, it’s a fully-illustrated graphic novel making the case for open borders. Caplan and Weinersmith’s partnership is unexpected, but maybe it shouldn’t be. Caplan’s enthusiasm…
Review: A DisCO Manifesto
Review: The Socialist Manifesto
Review: Fully Automated Luxury Communism
We Are All Degrowthers. We Are All Ecomodernists. Analysis ...
View or download a PDF copy of Kevin Carson’s full C4SS Study: We Are All Degrowthers. We Are All Ecomodernists. Analysis of a Debate. Introduction One of the biggest problems with the debate over “degrowth” is the term itself. In many ways, “degrowth” is an unfortunate choice for a label because it is so ambiguous. On…
Fight Fascists, Destroy Fascism
Killing 8chan: The Heart of Modern Nazi Terrorism [CW]
Libertarian Municipalism: Networked Cities as Resilient Platforms for Post-Capitalist Transition