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For the 26th installment of The Enragés, host Eric Fleischmann was joined by Shane Ross (@taocuck) to discuss their article Emma Goldman and Individualist Anarchism (https://c4ss.org/content/56246), which is part of Center for a Stateless Society’s Mutual Exchange Symposium on egoism, as well as the website Mutualism Co-Op (https://www.mutualismcoop.com), of which Eric and Shane are both…
Straining at Trains and Swallowing Highways
According to Matthew’s gospel, Jesus used a colorful metaphor to condemn the scribes and Pharisees for scrupulously obsessing over minor points of the law like tithing their herbs, while ignoring weightier matters: “Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat, and swallow a camel.” The same metaphor could describe right-libertarians’ approach to transportation policy. A…
Horseshoe Theory
Bargaining Power and Prices: A Response to Sanyazi and Carson
No, You Leave Those Kids Alone!
Property is Violence, So Let’s Keep It to a Minimum
“The land monopoly… consists in the enforcement by government of land titles which do not rest upon personal occupancy and cultivation… the individual should no longer be protected by their fellows in anything but personal occupation and cultivation of land.” -Benjamin R. Tucker, “State Socialism and Anarchism” Ironically, the non-aggression principle as understood by much…
Economic Philosophy for the Self-Interested Worker
The Individual in Marxist (and Proudhonian) Social Analysis
A History of Timebanking
Book Review: It’s OK To Be Angry About Capitalism
Sanders’ book centers on two tasks facing the American people. He states them at the outset. First: These Americans [the predominantly younger voters who supported Sanders’ candidacy] understand that proposals that tinker around the edges are an insufficient response to the enormous crises we face. For them, there is a rapidly growing recognition that this…
Review: African Anarchism – The History of a Movement
Earthseed for Anarchists
Labadie Reviews Nock
I, Pencil Revisited
  Introduction There is probably no libertarian polemic more widely distributed and more familiar, or held in higher esteem, than “I, Pencil: My Family Tree as told to Leonard E. Read.” It originally appeared in the December 1958 issue of The Freeman. It has since been circulated as a pamphlet by the Foundation for Economic…
The Thought of Ivan Illich: A Libertarian Analysis
Historical Materialism: A Brief Overview and Left-Libertarian Reinterpretation
Prison Labor: Capitalism Without Markets, Understanding the Economics of Totalitarian Institutions