The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 89

Steven Fake discusses what Israel could have taught Dixie.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses U.S. sensitivity to civilian deaths.

David S. D’Amato discusses anarchism and minarchism in American history.

Sheldon Richman discusses Clarence Thomas.

John Feffer discusses ISIS and the terrible twos.

Franklin Lamb discusses Palestine and ISIS.

Robert Parry discusses Libya and Hilary Clinton.

Chris Toensing discusses how the U.S. is partly to blame for the starvation occurring in Yemen.

Justin Raimondo discusses American foreign policy and sovereignty.

Doug Bandow discusses ending military welfare to South Korea

Laurence M. Vance discusses a Tom Woods book on libertarianism.

Nicola Perugini and Neve Gordon discuss whether there is a human right to kill.

Trevor Timm discusses civilian deaths in the U.S. war against ISIS.

David Boaz discusses the 4th of July.

Nathan Goodman discusses the New Deal and corporate welfare.

Kevin Carson discusses primitive accumulation as the process that keeps on giving.

Chris Floyd discusses the Confederate battle flag.

Andrew Levine discusses the Confederate battle flag and racism.

Lawrence Davidson discusses why Dylann Roof’s kind still exist.

Jerry Lembcke discusses the myth of American GIs being spat on.

Jacob Sullum discusses Rand Paul and drug policy.

Jeff Abbot discusses how U.S. policy is driving militarization in Guatemala.

Kevin Carson discusses Ron Bailey and the free market.

Juan Cole discusses leftist Kurds vs ISIS.

Daniel Larison discusses Jeb Bush’s foreign policy.

Ryan McMaken discusses five laws to repeal on independence day.

Tom Engelhardt discusses the superpower conundrum.

Trita Parsi discusses dignity and the nuclear talks with Iran.

Conn Hallinan and Leon Wofsy discusses American foreign policy.

Caleb Rossiter discusses the empires of Russia and America.

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