The Weekly Libertarian Leftist Review 108

Roderick T. Long discusses public choice theory as it applies to ancient Athens.

Roderick T. Long discusses political themes in ancient Greek drama.

George H. Smith discusses John Locke on money and private property.

Lucy Steigerwald discusses Paris, fear, and repetition.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses the counter-containment racket.

Sheldon Richman discusses letting the refugees in.

Brad Stapleton discusses why the Paris attacks shouldn’t lead to further U.S. military action.

Nick Turse discusses America’s empire of African bases.

Tom Engelhardt discusses Western responses to ISIS.

Richard M. Ebeling discusses the 2016 presidential race and the prospects for human freedom.

James Ostrowski discusses Woodrow Wilson.

Sam Husseini discusses why right and left need to stand up to perpetual war.

Joel Scholsberg discusses the late Joe Hill.

David Stockman discusses U.S. foreign policy.

Anna Lekas Miller discusses life inside ISIS controlled territory.

Leon Hadar discusses a book on Obama’s foreign policy.

Nebojsa Malic discusses the situation in the former Yugoslavia.

Murtaza Hussain discusses the attitude of some former drone operators to drone assassinations.

William Hartung discusses how arms sales fuel Middle Eastern wars.

Jacob G. Hornberger discusses regime change as the root of evil in Syria.

Dan Sanchez discusses blowback from U.S. interventionism.

Eric Margolis discusses an atrocity in France.

Greg Grandin discusses Woodrow Wilson.

Ivan Eland discusses the endless cycle of terrorism.

Doug Bandow discusses Western interventionism and terrorism.

Max Blumenthal discusses how Western politicians are playing into the hands of ISIS.John Glaser discusses why a ground war against ISIS is unwise.

James Bovard discusses the use of the census for state oppression.

Scott Mcconnell discusses Hilary on foreign policy.

George Leef discusses business-government partnerships.

Anarchy and Democracy
Fighting Fascism
Markets Not Capitalism
The Anatomy of Escape
Organization Theory