May 2014Volume 64, 2014
There are as many routes to our movement—and to loving liberty—as there are people to take them. While those who focus on doctrinal purity have their place, what matters most is bringing in as many people as possible, and building a vast, multifaceted movement with room for all. In this issue, Max Borders describes this open, varied libertarianism. We continue our interview with Anne Wortham, whose experiences remind us of how much identity politics still plagues the academy. Plus UAW desperation, something you didn't know about Bitcoin and much, much more.
MARCH 26, 2014 by Max Borders
We are only effective to the degree that we can grow our ranks, lock our arms, and build our free world in parallel with the crumbling power hierarchies of the twentieth century.
There is a bit of Menger, Mises, Hayek, Rothbard, and Kirzner in every Satoshi
MARCH 25, 2014 by Jeffrey A. Tucker
Bitcoin seems fantastic, but it has made real what, for more than a century, Austrian economists described in theory. Here's a primer.
MARCH 17, 2014 by Lawrence W. Reed
Cicero almost single-handedly staved off the destruction of the Roman Republic, even in the face of assured destruction. That makes him a hero.
Politics is inseparable from government
APRIL 03, 2014 by Sandy Ikeda
Politics is the domestic counterpart to empire building: Both seek a monopoly on the use of violent force.
A visit to a West African nation reveals tragic failure, yet great potential
MARCH 24, 2014 by Doug Bandow
Nigeria is full of ambitious, industrious people held back by State corruption and violent internal divisions.