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In this episode of Mutual Exchange Radio, Elizabeth Nolan Brown discusses abortion, sex work, moral panics, conspiracies, feminism, libertarianism, and more.  Elizabeth Nolan Brown is a senior editor at Reason magazine, a co-founder of Feminists for Liberty, and a journalism lecturer at the University of Cincinnati. You can follow her on Twitter at @ENBrown.
I am “Bread-Pilled” by Kropotkin’s Vision of Social Utopia
I just finished reading The Conquest of Bread by the Russian anarchist Peter Kropotkin (1842-1921). The book inspired Catalonia syndicalists in the Spanish Civil War, Magonism in Mexico, and the Occupy movement but still… I wasn’t expecting anything, I thought I’d be very bored because the book was written in 1892, I was sure it…
“Car Culture”: Just Stop
Two Short Speeches on SCOTUS Tyranny
The Modern Urban Form as a Capitalist Construct
Is There a “Self” Left to Talk About? A Reply to Ash P....
Ash P. Morgans has a lengthy critique of the contributions made by a number of “moralists,” including myself. And in reading their response I realized that what I thought I had written—a relatively short piece with a narrow-focus—was, in fact, a confused mess. This doesn’t mean I now disagree with my arguments: I still think…
On the Labor Theory(s) of Value
Materialism and Thick Libertarianism
Bloody Rule and a Cannibal Order! Part III: The Nothing
From Stirner to Mussolini
Review: The Anarchist-Individualist Origins of Italian Fascism In 1910 Luigi Fabbri and Armando Borghi abducted an anarchist woman who had shamed their friend by divorcing him. Together, they forced her into a gynecological exam so the doctor could publicly pronounce her deformed and incapable of sex. All three were prominent leaders in the Italian anarchist…
Muammar Gaddafi’s Green Book: The Good, The Bad, and The Weird
Review: From Urbanization to Cities
Partition & Entanglement
Historical Materialism: A Brief Overview and Left-Libertari...
 View or download a PDF copy of Eric Fleischmann’s C4SS Study here: Historical Materialism: A Brief Overview and Left-Libertarian Reinterpretation Introduction One of the most famous theories forwarded by Karl Marx is that of historical materialism—although Marx himself apparently never used that exact term in his work [1]. To put it succinctly, Merriam-Webster defines…
Prison Labor: Capitalism Without Markets, Understanding the Economics of Totalitarian Institutions
The Methodenstreit Revisited: Marginalism and the Lost Power Context
Hayek’s Fatal Conceit