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Author Topic: ISAIAH'S JOB by A.J. Nock  (Read 10625 times)

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Re: ISAIAH'S JOB by A.J. Nock
« Reply #15 on: May 12, 2011, 11:47:26 am »

I poke around at Mises.org regularly but it is not a daily read for me.

I cannot make the evolutionary step to anarcho-capitalism.

Still a Old Rightist / Constitutionist / minarchist.

For what it's worth - labels being what they are.

Regards

Jim
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Re: ISAIAH'S JOB by A.J. Nock
« Reply #16 on: May 12, 2011, 10:27:09 pm »

More important is the ASoEcon development and its contradistinction to mainstream
economics.  Rothbard's step to anarchic theory has yet to have much practical
effect.  ASoEcon seems to have reached an audience through Ron Paul, but it's
hard to figure what'll come of it.  Local living styles still produce the national style.
Live well, live smart, have friends ... outweighs theory.   :laugh:
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