Monday October 2, 2017
Murray Rothbard once wrote:
There runs through For a New Liberty (and most of the rest of my work as well) a deep and pervasive hatred of the State and all of its works, based on the conviction that the State is the enemy of mankind.This is an understandable position for anyone who is an advocate of a Private Property Society. It is sound and noble. Noble, because although sound, it goes against the perspective of the masses and the house intellectuals.
If we take this Rothbard insight of hate of the state as our guiding light, what should we make of separatist movements?