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how canada tracked the us during the great depression https://notesonliberty.com/2017/02/23/how-canada-tracked-the-us-during-the-great-depression/
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james mcgee http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/s1094202501901413
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why did the pseudo-libertarians bring a white nationalist to isflc in the first place? https://notesonliberty.com/2017/02/21/why-did-the-pseudo-libertarians-bring-a-white-nationalist-to-isflc-in-the-first-place/
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noted bigot http://www.hanshoppe.com/2014/10/a-realistic-libertarianism/
nazi salute to trump https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/11/richard-spencer-speech-npi/508379/
were originally planning to invite http://imgur.com/a/hgdjl
who was kicked out of a libertarian party senate race http://www.politico.com/states/florida/story/2015/10/libertarian-party-drama-goat-sacrifice-eugenics-and-a-chairs-resignation-026236
here https://www.facebook.com/wearelibertarians/videos/1445223132175506/
as robby soave notes in http://reason.com/blog/2017/02/20/alt-right-leader-richard-spencer-crashed
reason http://reason.com/blog/2017/02/20/alt-right-leader-richard-spencer-crashed
there is at least one video https://www.facebook.com/thelmaij/videos/374888589556965/?hc_location=ufi
liberty conservative http://www.thelibertyconservative.com/richard-spencer-triggers-snowflakes-nearly-starts-riot-students-liberty-conference/
wants to http://www.dialoginternational.com/dialog_international/2011/04/the-sick-mind-of-hans-hermann-hoppe.html
like tucker himself has done https://fee.org/articles/five-differences-between-the-alt-right-and-libertarians/
is lost on both hoppe fans and hoppe himself http://bleedingheartlibertarians.com/2013/12/hoppes-argumentation-ethics-argument-refuted-in-under-60-seconds/
reason papers article, https://reasonpapers.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/rp_371_18.pdf
last month https://notesonliberty.com/2017/02/01/against-populist-libertarianism/
alt-right https://fee.org/articles/five-differences-between-the-alt-right-and-libertarians/
lashing out http://www.heritage.org/political-process/report/dispassionate-assessment-libertarians
each other https://object.cato.org/sites/cato.org/files/articles/hayek-why-i-am-not-conservative.pdf
it is clear that this alliance is no longer working https://www.libertarianism.org/columns/fissionism-why-libertarianism-should-extricate-itself-conservative-entanglements
the odious phase of “paleo-libertarianism” http://bleedingheartlibertarians.com/2011/12/how-did-we-get-here-or-why-do-20-year-old-newsletters-matter-so-damn-much/
infamous outright racist ron paul letters http://reason.com/archives/2008/01/16/who-wrote-ron-pauls-newsletter
spencer https://vimeo.com/12598049
jared taylor http://propertyandfreedom.org/2014/02/jared-taylor-a-brief-history-of-us-race-relations-pfs-2013/
uncomfortably close http://crookedtimber.org/2013/06/25/the-hayek-pinochet-connection-a-second-reply-to-my-critics/
like reagan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bywqxvfaijy
a few years ago http://bleedingheartlibertarians.com/2014/10/the-contrarian-trap-the-source-of-the-liberty-movements-dark-side/
thinly veil their odious ideology http://old.studentsforliberty.org/blog/2016/10/17/frog-faced-fascism-memes-mask-odious-ideology/
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tour d’amerique https://notesonliberty.com/2017/02/20/tour-damerique/
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skip to content notes on liberty spontaneous thoughts on a humble creed menu homeabout the consortiumabout the notewritersbrandon christensenlode cossaernick cowenjacques delacroixlucas g. freirevincent gelosoedwin van de haarjeffrey rogers hummelkevin kallmesmark koyamamichelango landgravechhay lin limadrián lucardiamit ranjanwilliam reinbruno gonçalves rosieliana santanatogliabarry stockermatthew strebefederico sosa-vallerick weberzachary woodmanandrei znamenskiguest notewritersrecommendations wedding date and superstitions 02/24/201702/24/2017 vincent geloso economics, sociology demographics, gabriele ruiu, italy, journal of population research, marco breschi, marriage, superstition there is a neat new paper in the most recent edition of the journal of population research by gabriele ruiu and marco breschi on wedding dates and superstitutions in italy. here is the abstract: in italy, it is believed that tuesdays and fridays are particularly unlucky days for weddings as well as the 17th day of each month. previous studies realized in the aftermath of the second world war have shown the strong influence that these superstitions had in determining the wedding dates in the entire country. we have used exhaustive data collection of all marriages celebrated in italy in the years 2007–2009 to investigate whether superstitions are still able to influence the choices of spouses. we find that this influence is still present after the great economic, social and demographic transformation of italian society. we also show that a wife’s education reduces the influence of superstition on the choice of the date of marriage while those who opt for a religious rite are also those who are more careful in avoiding inauspicious days. share this:tweetemailshare on tumblrpocketlike this:like loading... leave a comment rules of warfare in pre-modern societies 02/23/201702/24/2017 kevin kallmes history, liberty, politics ancient athens, ancient rome, catholic church, international relations, justice, spontaneous order, warfare as my first foray into nol blogging, i figured i would bring up a recent debate i had liberty, war, and peace that lingered in my mind: how have rules of war been maintained throughout history without a central enforcing agency? this question is fundamental to the understanding of the nation-state in ir theory, and is also an astonishing example of spontaneous order in an anarchic and chaotic scenario. the quandary exists because even the laudable negative rights of life, liberty, and property ownership, as eric mack discusses in his essay on just war theory, require a positive enforcement by others. similarly, “rules of war”–such as refraining from attacking non-regulars, not attacking neutral parties, abiding by the terms of treaties, treating prisoners of war with respect, etc.–are, theoretically, difficult to establish and dependent on positive enforcement. this is because if party a respects these rules, they provide a perverse incentive to party b to take advantage of party a’s restraint, and if doing so gives party b the upper hand, they can enjoy the benefits of betraying the rules of war with impunity. this is a classic prisoner’s dilemma, and if it generalized across many nations, the theory of rational choice would lead us to expect a coordination problem, in which those using the strategy of party b would dominate the party a’s. i am certainly not the first to identify this, and the literature on overcoming coordination problems through iteration of the prisoner’s dilemma, regime collaboration, and international organizations and treaties is incredibly thorough (just for a taste, you can see james morrow’s book, f.v. kratochwil’s book, and articles by duncan snidal, arthur a. stein, and even james buchanan and victor vanberg). however, i thought it would be interesting to examine the historical evidence of effective rules of war, particularly from the premodern period. because global communication technology and networks, international courts, treaties, and organizations, and deterrence based on the terrifying weapons of modern war were lacking in antiquity and on through roughly the 18th century (open to argument on that one), premodern societies seem to be the best test of the effectiveness of rules of war and their mechanisms. i won’t discuss any in detail, and i am skipping many rules of war for which their effectiveness is not discernable (such as the mahabarata, deuteronomy, and the quran), but here is a list of interesting examples for discussion: the archaic greek poleis: as victor davis hanson argues in his influential book, the western way of war, the incentive to focus on agricultural production and the fact that citizen-warriors were personally responsible for military service made the costs of long-term campaigns, especially given the lack of siege technologies and the difficulty in laying waste to wheat fields and olive trees, higher than the potential benefits. however, there were still disputes to be resolved, and raiding was still harmful to the agriculture of polis that was raided. in order to limit costs to both invader and defender, the poleis developed the hoplite warfare strategy, in which citizen-soldiers met for decisive conflicts in traditional, if not previously agreed, locations, in which limited territorial gains were afforded to the victor. while this does not describe every aspect of 7th-5th century warfare in greece, this strategy pervaded the greek mainland and allowed disputes to be resolved with minimal collateral damage and investment. thucydides’ athens: though thucydides’ history of the peloponnesian war is seen as the invention of realism based on its “the strong did what they could, and the weak suffered what they must” representation of self-interest in foreign policy, his narrative as a whole shows an important constraint in war: if a military power makes war with the expressed intent of empire-building without casus belli, they will entrench their enemies, alienate neutral states, and cause divisiveness on the home front because they have lost the high ground. thucydides notes that the majority of greeks opposed athens on the grounds of their selfish empire-building, and because of their inability to convince sparta of their just motives, brutality to neutral states, internal dissension during the sicilian expedition, and many other misfortunes of war (plague, death of pericles, persian intervention), athenian power was broken. the lesson: party b (from above) must consider the international reaction to party a, and at least make a public showing that the war is just. also, if hitler had only read his thucydides, he might have known that marching through belgium may be tactically sound, but he was risking the same reaction that the athenians risked in the melian massacre. pow’s and ransoming in antiquity several rules of warfare were maintained through the mutual benefits to combatants, the most notable being the conventions concerning ransoming. from at least 5th century greece (in the sphacteria incident) to caesar, citizens could be ransomed following a battle—and there were even conventional levels of payment for these pow’s. this was a benefit specifically afforded to “civilized” foes, and roman practice increasingly became enslavement rather than ransom, but this convention was widespread for centuries, possibly showing that ransoming enemies is an iterated prisoner’s dilemma. ancus marcius and just war theory: along the same lines as the thucydides example, the romans engaged in the ritual of the fetiales, including the enumeration of the just cases for war, before invading an enemy. this limited war to official disagreements with neighboring states, and other religious conventions were maintained that limited certain tactics in war (a noteworthy passage of the aeneid shows that putting on the armor of your enemies for stealth purposes would be doubly punished by the gods). these conventions included looking down on poison as woman’s weapon and on taking some religious statuary as booty, and though roman generals still poisoned wells or robbed cities of their gods, they received negative reactions by their contemporaries. hostage policies throughout antiquity: another problem with the rules of war is the enforcement of treaties, which have credible commitment problems. both greeks and romans made imperial gains by breaking treaties, but it was common practice to overcome the credible commitment problems of both alliances and treaties to end wars that hostages, usually the children of influential citizens or nobles, were exchanged. whether they were exchanged both ways (more common in alliances) or passed only one way (usually from the defeated to the victorious), hostages were used at least 250 times by rome and countless times by other ancient civilizations to ensure the enforcement of treaties. carthage’s “truceless war”: while we often think of ancient war as anarchic and based on the whims of generals, wars that completely lacked conventions or limitations were rare. in fact, following truces that allowed for collection of the dead, ransoming of both the living and the dead, and supplication for one’s own life go back at least as far as the iliad, and wars that lacked such conventions were shocking to ancient historians. such wars occurred when one side broke a general convention, usually the convention of allowing enemies to surrender alive and be ransomed. because of this betrayal, their opponents would also stop following any rules of war, and such wars became not about achieving strategic goals but annihilating the opponent entirely. carthage, following their loss in the first punic war, fought a truceless war with their former mercenaries due to lack of payment that featured escalations in mutilation and crucifixion until the mercenaries were wiped out, at great cost in men and money to carthage. roman 3rd party arbitration or intervention: the romans, after they gained international prominence but before they ruled the whole mediterranean, took an interest in wars between their neighbors. while this sometimes included imperialism, in several instances they served as a 3rd party arbitrator of peace, and even as an enforcer of peace in antiochus iv’s invasion of egypt. blood feuds: while mentioning blood feuds brings up images of hatfields, mccoys, and senseless brutality over generations, blood feuds were actually a mechanism for limiting violence through threat of reprisal. while the effectiveness of this mechanism may be debatable, its intention as a limitation of violence is notable in several pre-modern societies, especially the scots and slavs. chivalric codes: we should be careful of romanticizing this example, but from the 12th to 14th centuries, chivalry established rules of conduct for how knights should treat knights on and off the battlefield. much of the conception of chivalry comes from poetic fictions about historical figures that were vicious or corrupt in many ways. however, it was actually the battlefield codes, such as ransoming rather than killing noble foes, that were actually practiced the most often, a trend that saw a brutal reversal in the war of the roses. one might point out that neither the chivalric codes nor the earlier roman codes of war included avoidance of harming civilians. this shows that, while rules of war were effective in practice at many points in history, they did not always have the same conceptions of what these rules were made to protect. the roman catholic church: catholicism influenced the rules of war in two ways: like the fetiales of the romans, it established the grounds on which war was justifiable (and was influential on the ideals of chivalry), and the pope himself, through the power of excommunication, could limit the warring impulses of kings and lords. while many popes used their power to cause conflict, the church still had both moral influence and bargaining power, and was a powerful international institution for centuries that forced treaties on christian rulers, provided a court of arbitration, and, several times, that tried to unite these leaders in war against non-christians. the influence of catholic peacekeeping measures waxed and waned from charlemagne onward, but the peace and truce of god was one of the earliest attempts to protect non-combatants in wartime this very incomplete list represents a lot of the more conventional examples of this phenomenon (sorry, but i am very conventionally educated). i would love if those who have other examples, especially from outside of greece, rome, and the western world, would bring them up in the comments so i can expand my knowledge of the history of the rules of war! the many iterations of rules of war in pre-modern societies shows the effectiveness of spontaneous order in creating systems that promote liberty and peace. these rules did not eliminate violence, cruelty, or imperialism, but they forced self-interested parties to check their selfish impulses. this is not an argument that international organizations with the goal of limiting war are unnecessary (and the geneva conventions are a laudable example of voluntary self-enforcement), but rather a demonstration of the wide reach of both smith’s invisible hand and hayek’s spontaneous order: even in the most anarchic of trades, long-term individual self-interest can support general interest, and a certain level of order is imposed on the chaos of war through the unplanned conventions of societies. ἐν μὲν γὰρ τῇ οἱ παῖδες τοὺς πατέρας θάπτουσι, ἐν δὲ τῷ οἱ πατέρες τοὺς παῖδας in [peace], sons bury their fathers, but in [war], fathers bury their sons. –herodotus, the histories, 1.87.4. share this:tweetemailshare on tumblrpocketlike this:like loading... 3 comments how canada tracked the us during the great depression 02/23/201702/23/2017 vincent geloso economics canada, cross-national studies, great depression, industrial production index, james mcgee, pedro amaral over the last few years, while i continued my research on other fronts, i started spending small amounts of time on a daily basis to read about the great depression and more precisely, how canada lived through the depression. since the old adage is that canada gets pneumonia when the us gets the flu, i thought that it was a worthy endeavor (although pedro amaral and james mcgee have been working on that front) to try to see what insights we can derive from looking at canada’s experience during the great depression (especially since it had a very different banking system). in the process, i managed to collect in a datasheet, the industrial production index of canada (consisting largely of heavy industry with some light industries and utilities, making it a relatively well-rounded index). this is what it looks like. other than seeing canada’s experienced mirrored in the us experience (except for the 1935-1937 window), i am not sure what to make of it. however, i thought it worthwhile to share that information publicly. share this:tweetemailshare on tumblrpocketlike this:like loading... leave a comment where the state came from 02/22/2017 bruno gonçalves rosi history, liberty, philosophy, politics decolonization, ludwig von mises, max weber, modernity, socialism, state-building, welfare state, world war ii one of the questions that led me to libertarianism was “what is the state?” more than that: where did it come from? how it works? what’s the use? analogous questions would be “what is politics?” and “what is economics?” if my classroom experience serves as a yardstick for anything, the overwhelming majority of people never ask these questions and never run after answers. i do not blame them. most of us are very busy trying to make ends meet to worry about this kind of stuff. i even sought an academic training in politics just to seek answers to these questions. for me it’s nothing to have answers, after all, i’m paid (albeit very poorly paid) to know these matters. still, i wish more people were asking these types of question. i suspect that it would be part of the process to review the political and economic situation in which we find ourselves. many times when i ask in the classroom “what is the state?” i receive in response that brazil is a state. in general i correct the student explaining that this is an example, not a definition. the modern state, as we have it today, is mainly the combination of three factors: government, population, and territory. the modern state, as we have it today, can be defined as a population inhabiting a specific territory, organized by a centralized government that recognizes no instance of power superior to itself. often, in the academic and popular vocabulary, state and government are confused, and there is no specific problem in this. in fact, the two words may appear as synonyms, although this is not a necessity. it is possible to distinguish between state and government thinking that the state remains and governments go through. the state as we know it today is a product of the transition from the middle ages to the modern age. i believe that this information alone should draw our attention enough: people have lived in modern states only in the last 500 years or so. throughout the rest of human history other forms of political organization have been used. i am not saying (not here) that these other forms of organization were better than the modern state. i am simply saying that the modern state is far from being natural, spontaneous, or necessary. even after 1500 the modern state took time to be universally accepted. first, this model of organization spread throughout europe at the beginning of the modern era. it was only in the late 18th century and early 19th century that this model came to be used in the american continent. the modern state spread globally only after the decolonization movement that followed world war ii. that is: the vast majority of modern states are not even 70 years old! what is the purpose of the state? at least in my experience, many people respond by “providing rights” or “securing rights.” people think about health, education, sanitation, culture, security, etc. as duties of the state towards society. it is clear that many people think about health, education, housing, etc. as rights, which in itself is already questionable, but i will leave this discussion for another time. the point i want to put here is that empirically states have only cared about issues like health and public education very recently. in the classic definition of max weber (late 19th century), the state has a monopoly on the legitimate use of violence. in other words, virtually anyone can use violence, but only the state can do it legally. that is: the primordial function of the state is to use violence within a legal order. other functions, such as providing health and education, came very late and only became commonplace with the welfare state that strengthened after world war ii. i find it always interesting to see how we live in a young world. basically the entire world population today lives in some state and expects from this state a minimum level of well-being. however, this reality is only about 70 years old. the idea that we need to live in states that provide us with a minimum of well being is not natural and far from obvious. to understand that the modern state is a historical institution, which has not always existed, it is fundamental to question its validity. moreover, to note that the functions of the state that seem obvious to us today did not exist 70 years ago leads us to question whether it is valid to expect things such as health and education from the state. my personal perception is that the modern state (defined by territory, population, and government) is better than any alternative that has already been proposed. however, the state of social well-being is only a sugar-watered socialism. socialism, by definition, does not work, as ludwig von mises very well shows. partial socialism is as likely to function as full socialism. expecting the state to use violence within legal parameters is valid and even fundamental. but to expect that this same state may successfully diversify its activities entering the branches of health, education, culture, etc. is a fatal conceit. share this:tweetemailshare on tumblrpocketlike this:like loading... leave a comment once, cubans were (maybe) richer than americans 02/22/201702/22/2017 vincent geloso economics, history angus maddison, cuba, economic development, gdp per capita, united states, victor bulmer thomas in light of what we see today, this is hard to believe. however, as a result of castro’s death, i accidentally became interested in the history of this fascinating island and the more i discover, the more shocked i am at “the path” that cuba has taken. one of these reasons is provided below by victor bulmer thomas in his economic history of latin america since independence. now, thomas uses a different approach than the commonly used maddison data (he believes the assumptions are too heroic). he uses indicators correlated with gdp per capita to fill in the gaps and he finds that cuba was generally richer than the united states for most of the 19th century (see below): now, i am not convinced by the figure thomas presents. however, i am also skeptical of the levels presented by maddison (where cuba is roughly 60% as rich as the us in 1820). in between are some more reasonable estimate (see this great discussion in this book as well as this discussion by coatsworth).  moreover, there is the  issue of slavery which distorts the value of using gdp per capita because of high levels of inequality (however, it distorts both ways since the us was also a slave economy up to the civil war). nonetheless, this tells you about the “path not taken” by cuba. share this:tweetemailshare on tumblrpocketlike this:like loading... leave a comment why did the pseudo-libertarians bring a white nationalist to isflc in the first place? 02/21/201702/23/2017 zachary woodman culture, current events, liberty, politics alt-right, conservatism, f.a. hayek, jeffrey tucker, libertarian, libertarian movement, liberty, nationalism, richard spencer, white supremacy this weekend i attended the international students for liberty conference in dc, the largest global meeting of libertarian students, professionals, and intellectuals. i was excited to meet a few friends i seldom get to see from across the world, listen to a few exciting talks by some of my favorite intellectual influences, such as jonathan haidt, steve horwitz, edward stringham, sheldon richman and the like. it was my third time attending the conference, and i always enjoy myself there. however on saturday afternoon, something that i did not want to see at all had reared its ugly face and even more hideous haircut: alt-right pseudo-intellectual think tank head and noted white nationalist blowhard richard spencer decided to come and troll us libertarians. i was just walking through the lobby when i looked over and saw him sitting at the hotel bar surrounded by a gang of ostensible thugs wearing “make america great again” hats. now at this point, it is worth noting that richard spencer was in no way invited to this event by sfl in any official capacity. it is easy to be misled on this point as spencer, being a complete fraud, had a sign next to him saying “richard spencer at isflc” as though he were invited. immediately after seeing spencer, i walked over to talk to some sfl staff who said he would not be allowed in the conference and, though he had every right to just hang out in a public space outside of the conference, he was in no way allowed in the conference itself. instead, spencer was invited by a group calling themselves “the hoppe caucus,” named after noted bigot hans-hermann hoppe. it is perhaps revealing that a bunch of students who want to invite a self-proclaimed white nationalist who does the nazi salute to trump and calls for “ethnic cleansing” of non-whites to a libertarian conference give themselves this name. the organizers were originally planning to invite augustus sol invictus (the linked post was deleted) to do a similar event hijacking the conference, but were unable to pay for his travel. (the same augustus sol invictus who was kicked out of a libertarian party senate race for being a “neo-nazi” who supports eugenics and participating in satanic goat-sacrificing rituals.) the “hoppe caucus” is nothing more than a facebook page started by a couple of alt-right crypto-fascists masquerading as libertarians surrounding websites like the oxymoronically named the liberty conservative and the grossly misnamed trashy click-bait site  liberty hangout. i do have the misfortune of knowing a couple of the people who were involved in organizing spencer. only one of whom at any point in any official capacity associated with sfl as a low-level campus coordinator, and is mostly associated with yal as a state chair and various other alt-right blogs. he shall remain unnamed as, from what i’ve seen, he’s been too cowardly to explicitly associate himself with the group publicly. notably, he also recently left sfl’s cc program after some sfl staffers were blocking him from bringing augustus. another is a former yal chapter leader who is now doing work with a number of right-wing think tanks in the midwest and writes for the liberty conservative, whose name is mitchell steffen. i stood around at a distance observing richard spencer and the growing crowd around him, it appeared to me to be fairly standard relatively boring tone of conversations that happen at the conference, just with the notable difference of a fair amount of complete bigotry and nazism. i went downstairs and decided not to feed the trolls. but about a half an hour to forty minutes later, i heard that jeffery tucker of the foundation for economic education, a conference speaker who was actually invited there, went upstairs to confront richard spencer. you can watch a recording of the exchange here. after the conversation got heated, hotel security intervened and kicked spencer out of the venue. as robby soave notes in reason, some have reported that spencer requested for security to escort him out, though it is unclear if that is the case (there is at least one video, see around 40:33 which seems to suggest spencer asked for security, though was being kicked out). now, to combat further misinformation put out by the same group of complete liars who brought spencer at the liberty conservative: no, richard spencer did not “nearly start a riot.” meanwhile in reality, while tucker was visibly upset, he did not threaten nor engage in violence at all, nor did any other attendee at the conference. first, spencer and tucker talked for nearly twenty minutes without any physical altercation, and tucker arrived after nearly an hour of peaceful discussion between spencer and some students. you can watch the videos linked above for proof. if merely getting impassioned in a debate is “nearly a riot,” these hoppe occultists are the true snowflakes who need a safe space. further, tucker and the other attendees were not upset because spencer “merely show[ed] up in the hotel bar.” we were upset because these frauds dishonestly put up a sign implying that spencer was invited and was there in an official capacity. in order to attend, one needed to pay a registration fee for the conference, which spencer didn’t, and needed to be invited to be a speaker, which he wasn’t. he was committing fraud and attempting to disrupt a peaceful private event, if he went unchallenged the press (like liberty conservative’s fact-free report implies) would assume he was invited there officially. additionally, it is a complete lie to say that around fifty attendees was “one of the best attended breakouts” at the conference, of all the breakouts i attended the smallest was around 45 (stringham’s lecture) and most were well above 150 (eg., haidt’s lecture and caplan and wilkinson’s basic income debate). i know you alt-righters love your alternative facts, but just because you can put them on your dumpy little click-bait site doesn’t make them true. regardless of the reality of the situation, some pseudo-libertarians have rushed to spencer’s defense saying tucker reacted in a hyperbolic fashion and didn’t take spencer’s right to free speech seriously. some have even idiotically claimed that the “left libertarians” at sfl (i am one of the few, the majority of the conference attendees are not, by the way) used force to oust richard spencer. somehow, when tucker asserts the liberty and dignity of all human beings it’s some act of aggression because the fascist snowflakes didn’t like his tone, but if hoppe fanboys demand that communists get thrown out helicopters and their homeboy spencer demands the state ethnically cleanse black people, that’s hunky dory. first, nobody from sfl ousted spencer, he either left of his own accord because he couldn’t handle tucker’s debate or the hotel kicked him out, which the hotel is well within its rights to do because of this thing these pseudo-libertarians have apparently forgotten called private property. spencer intruded on a private event with the intention of misleading everyone about his involvement in it, tucker cleared up spencer’s and the hoppe caucus’ fraud, and the hotel kicked him off of their private property for trespassing. it’s amazing how these crypto-fascists think “free association” is primary if you’re a bigot who doesn’t want to serve a gay person a wedding cake, wants to “physically remove, so to speak” people they disagree with from society or is a racist who discriminates against black people. but when it comes to an actual libertarian not wanting a nazi at their private event all of a sudden “free association” doesn’t matter because they can lazily caterwaul “free speech.” it’s almost like they don’t actually believe in free association unless you’re a white, straight christian fascist like them. further, the idea that all ideas always get the same hearing is a gross misunderstanding of the point of free speech and the usefulness of public discourse in a liberal political order. the fact is, there is always an opportunity cost to inquiry. racism, nazism, white nationalism and the like were long ago proven to be continuously false and extremely dangerous, and it would be a misuse of intellectual resources to continually need to “engage with them.” this is for the same reason astronomers do not need to continually write academic papers disproving flat-earth conspiracy nutters, medical biologists do not need to continually refute anti-vaxxer cranks, and economists do not need to continually engage with erroneous labor theories of value in their original academic work. the intellectual resources of the community of inquiry can be better used by addressing new ideas that are actually relevant to our current situation, not by continually discussing with dogmatic cranks who spew pseudo-scientific lies about race. of course, it is arguable that this principle is not applicable in the current situation because ideas like spencer’s have gained popularity, possibly in part because of a breakdown in discourse in the united states caused by some on the left refusing to engage in any serious discourse with anything they don’t agree with. this means one ought to write refutations of the odious seeds of the alt-right, like tucker himself has done. but free speech, and even the necessity of engaging with an intellectual (or in this case, pseudo-intellectual) opponent does not mean you hand him the loudspeaker by inviting him to your conference, and it does not mean you let him defraud and defame you by pretending to be a part of a private event to which he was not invited. just because a nazi has the liberty right to free speech does not mean they have the claim right to oblige you to give them a platform for said speech. (the difference between claim-rights and liberty-rights is lost on both hoppe fans and hoppe himself.) even though i am happy that my libertarian peers stood up to spencer at the conference, i think this is time for libertarians to engage in serious reflection. these weren’t just a group of odious, intellectually immature, adolescent edge-lords crashing an event. though they were also that, this was a group of pugnacious kids who were to some extent legitimized by prominent student groups. one made it past the screening into sfl’s cc program, and while it is worth noting he’s one of a very few bad cc’s out of over a hundred across the country and is no longer a cc because sfl was stopping his excesses, the fact that he thought sfl would be a good platform for his nonsense and that he was a cc for this long (about six months) in the first place should cause some concern. further, he and others involved are prominent in yal, not only chapter presidents but even state chairs. why would a group of pretty overt fascists feel comfortable masquerading as libertarians and naming their fake news sites after the ideas of liberty? why would they feel think inviting a prominent neo-nazi to a large libertarian event was a good idea in the first place? why are pseudo-intellectual occultist hacks, snake-oil salesmen, bigots and conspiracy theorists like milo, molyneux, cantwell, hoppe, alex jones, and the like so revered by self-proclaimed “libertarians” in such large circles? why, when i mention i’m a libertarian, do i feel the need to disassociate myself with so many other libertarian students who are newer to the movement? i think this points to a series of deep problems with the infrastructure of the “libertarian movement” as it exists, and i will chronicle them one by one: an overly intensive focus on activism, populism, a history of right-wing fusionism of various sorts, and immature contrarianism. activism activism is clearly something any political movement of any form is going to have to engage on at some level. by activism, here, i mean recruiting new people to your movement, spreading your ideas through popular culture, engaging a little in the political process and engaging in grass-roots movement building with activities like tabling, advertising for and organizing events, and the like. it’s something i’m admittedly not particularly good at nor do i enjoy doing it, so i do have reason to downgrade its importance on some personal level admittedly. however, i still believe that a number of student groups in the liberty movement–particularly yal and to a lesser extent sfl–have put far more emphasis on it than is warranted, and i think it is doing legitimate damage to their cause. activism is all about the numbers–how many chapters did you start? how many emails did you get on your list from tabling? how many attendees do you have at your event? how many votes did your candidate get?–and not about the quality of participation or ideas–do your chapters actually do good work, if any at all? will the people you got on your email list ever actually engage with you? did your attendees at the event get anything meaningful or useful out of your event? did the voters actually vote for your candidate because he was good? undoubtedly, the numbers are important–part of the reason why libertarianism was stifled for so long was high-quality white papers were just being written by think tanks and nobody would read them. however, lately numbers seem to be all that too many people in the development departments of political activist non-profits and think tanks and too many activists think about it alone. it’s all about quantity, not about quality. yal has next to no screening–at least that i’m aware of–for who can start a yal chapter and who makes it up in their ranks. sfl, meanwhile, does have some screening and an application process for becoming a cc, but it’s still obviously pretty easy for alt-right entryists to make it pass that process. because what seems to matter most to them–and all that seems to matter for yal–is that they can brag that they have a hundred ccs and hundreds of yal chapters. the result: you have a recently-resigned sfl campus coordinator and current yal state chair bringing a neo-nazi to a prominent sfl event. further, they train their activists to focus on these metrics and not metrics of quality (which they don’t even really provide often) for measuring their goals and success of their activism. the result: yal presidents are trained not to worry that when they invited milo to “#trigger” leftists that milo said nothing even remotely related to libertarianism, or that the attendees of his event got nothing substantive out of it; all that mattered was that yal scored a media-hit because their rabble were roused and their leftist ideological opponents were upset, and that they got a lot of attendees. now the reason for the focus on activism is understandable: it’s the easiest way to prove to your donors as an organization that their money is doable, and it is absolutely true that if you don’t have a readily available way to measure the success of your well-state goals means there’s no way to improve. things like attendance numbers, number of email registrations, and number of chapters and media hits, are an easy way to do this. but when your activism has deteriorated in quality to the point that you have a bunch of entryist activists who are promoting ideas that are literally antithetical to your cause, when they–while representing your organization–are bringing nazis to a libertarian event, maybe it’s time to reconsider the usefulness of your metrics. they are such a poor measure of quality and can easily be substituted for things like surveys of the attendees of the event for their perception on the event’s quality (ihs does this a lot, and i see sfl doing it more and more often). further, why not train your activists not only to be activists but to be legitimately good ambassadors for your ideas, or even to be remotely familiar with the ideas they’re supposed to be promoting in the first place (which far too many activists are not beyond a very superficial level)? further, this activist mindset creates an in-your-face attitude almost akin to religious proselytizing. the activist thinks “i have the truth already and am now just looking to spread it” and uses in-your-face style evangelism to do so. that mindset is not likely to produce quality ideological ambassadors, but rather pugnacious little dogmatists. as my fellow notewriter brandon christensen once noted in a reason papers article, it is at odds with the humility inherent in the libertarian ethos, but very much at home in morally chauvinist ideologies like fascism which richard spencer loves. it’s not surprising that yal-style in-your-face activism is attracting the undesirables just because the type of social interaction it requires is not at home with the psychological mental state libertarianism requires, but is very at home with crypto-fascists like hoppe. populism i won’t spend a lot of time on this one since i spent ample time in an article on the dangers of populism to liberty last month. suffice it to say, the events of this weekend reaffirms what i had to say in that article about how populism inherently will lack principles and turn into something nasty: because the main thing driving populist movements are “the people vs. the elites” rather than the core principles the movement tries to espouse, there’s good reason to think the base of that movement will abandon many of those principles as it grows simply on the basis that they have something similar to what “the elites” believe. it’s not surprising that many of the younger pseudo-libertarians who supported ron paul have since jumped on either the trump or sanders bandwagon, or, even worse, have defected into the crypto-fascist, dark corners of the alt-right (stefan molyneux and chris cantwell’s occultists are examples of this). even left-wing populist movements often have abandoned leftist principles throughout history (the jacobins in the french revolution, for example). now add the pseudo-libertarians who have jumped on the richard spencer and hans-herman hoppe bandwagon to the list of evidence for why populism is so toxic. right-wing fusionism when libertarianism in its present form was first fomenting in the seventies, the biggest global conflict was between the communist soviet union and the united states. further, at the time the biggest issues in domestic policy were about creeping state economic regulatory policy left over from the progressive era and social welfare programs with johnson’s great society. all these were big issues for libertarian ideology so they formed a coalition with what was currently the biggest political opposition to those: the emerging post-war conservative movement. it was always an awkward marriage, with intellectuals lashing out against each other from both sides, and honestly both making good points about how libertarianism and conservatism were wholly incompatible. but the awkward coalition, it was argued, was necessary to resist the growing state at home and the specter of communism abroad (even though libertarians and conservatives at the time, obviously, deeply disagreed and fought about the vietnam war and america’s militaristic impulse to resist the soviets with foreign intervention). today, though, it is clear that this alliance is no longer working. the right in the united states, for one, has morphed into something even more incompatible than the old buckley-kirkian conservatism with which it was once awkward bedfellows with into an ultra-nationalistic program of protectionist economic planning, opposition to cultural pluralism, and hostility to religious liberty (for non-christians). if one knows the history of right-wing libertarian fusionism should surprise no one that modern ideological delinquent libertarians are are inviting a white nationalist to speak at your conference. there was, of course, the odious phase of “paleo-libertarianism” rothbard and his cult tried to launch in the early nineties embracing pat buchanan like the hoppe caucus embraces trump, the toxic fruit of which includes the infamous outright racist ron paul letters which read like some of richard spencer’s delusions. in fact, there is a direct line from this “paleo” poison and hoppe himself to richard spencer, spencer and another white nationalist jared taylor were invited to speak at hoppe’s property and freedom society conference in 2010 and 2013 respectively on the alt-right and race relations. hoppe started the property and freedom society in 2006 after feeling that the old mont pelerin society, started by hayek and friedman in the forties, wasn’t sufficiently racist-friendly for him. even one of my personal favorite libertarian thinkers, fa hayek, fell for the fusionist vial of toxin in his uncomfortably close relationship with a certain chilean fascist dictator (obviously not that this discredits his stellar academic work). the point is that even our best intellectuals, and obviously sophomoric college kids, wind up being more defined by what they oppose that they are willing to ally with anyone who’s an enemy of their enemy–including those mot opposed to their ideas–at the expense of actually improving anyone’s lives when political alliance is valued over principle. this does not mean we substitute right-wing fusionism with some left-wing fusionism where we let the likes of elizabeth warren get away with saying “the heart of progressivism is libertarianism” like reagan did. this doesn’t mean we form an alliance with the left and pretend to be ideologically in the same place as politicians from major leftist political parties who poison our ideas by doing things that have nothing to do with our ideology. it would be a fool’s errand to institutionally ally ourselves on as many issues as we can with existing leftist institutions, like libertarians did with right-wing ones in the past. i much prefer the infuriatingly slow, though necessary, process of social and intellectual change through discourse, cultural engagement, entrepreneurship, and resisting state tyranny where we can. if need be, maybe ally with groups like the aclu or heritage on a single issue where we may agree with them. but don’t sit there and pretend that the alliance is anything more than a temporary, single-issue co-authorship for expedience. these little alliances should not make you delude yourself into thinking something like “liberaltarian” (in the american progressive sense of liberal) is anymore meaningful than the oxymoronic “conservatarian” and start bringing stalinists to your conferences. my point is that, obviously, fusionism has had a corrosive effect on libertarians to the point that it’s not even clear what self-identified libertarians believe at this point, if it claims to support liberty while its members feel comfortable giving a platform to white nationalist neo-nazis. i understand the need for a movement to be big-tent and not fraction off with infighting, but when your movement includes people who work for self-identified white nationalists while everyone else is trying to claim something from the classical liberal tradition your big-tent is turning into a circus dominated by demented clowns. contrarianism this last point is something pointed out well by kevin vallier a few years ago in reaction to one of hoppe’s more vitriolic racist screeds: libertarianism is an unpopular view. and it takes particular personality types to be open to taking unpopular views. some of these personality types are people who are open to new experience, love the world of ideas and have a disposition for independent thought. however, some of these personality types simply enjoy holding outrageous and provocative views, who like to argue and fight with others, who like insult and and shock. the contrarian is someone of the latter type. …the worst flaw in the contrarian trap is that it makes libertarians open to views that deserve to be unpopular and despised, including the thinly-veiled racism of the sort the hans hermann hoppe trades in from time to time. the social democratic left can’t just be wrong about the state, they have to be wrong about everything, and obviously wrong at that. and this applies not just to libertarians, but also to the edge-lord alt-righters who have now successfully co-opted a number of american conservative institutions. in reality, these are just people with the psychological composition and intellectual (im)maturity of a 14-year-old troll in his mommy’s basement posting nonsense on 4chan who use cartoon frogs to try to thinly veil their odious ideology. they are just contrarians who never grew out of going “no” when their teacher told them to do something in high school, but instead of the teacher telling pink to “eat your meat” it’s jeffery tucker saying “respect the basic liberties of other human beings.” the problem is because libertarianism is still somewhat on the fringe, but just mainstream enough for it to be popular among contrarians, it is attractive to people with that level of immaturity. this is exacerbated by the fact that, for the reasons listed above, the libertarian movement are giving these immature edge-lords a platform. my main reason for making these points is that while sfl is completely justified in pointing out about how they had nothing to do with spencer’s presence and opposed it, and libertarians should be happy that we stood up to a nazi in our midst, we need to remember: not playing footsies with nazis is the bare minimum for being ideologically tolerable, and not something to be celebrated. we need to recognize that the reason spencer even felt comfortable showing up and the reason minor leaders in libertarian student organizations felt comfortable inviting him his a symptom of a deeper disease that’s been in the making for quite some time. i do not know exactly how to address this disease, but the first step to fixing a problem is admitting that we have one. share this:tweetemailshare on tumblrpocketlike this:like loading... 9 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