Ep 29: ‘The Anatomy of the State’ by Murray Rothbard (Part 2)

Summary – ‘The Anatomy of the State’ by Murray Rothbard (Part 2)

We are look at the second half of libertarian philosopher, economist, and historian Murray Rothbard’s worldview-changing 1974 essay Anatomy of the State, looking particularly at how the state often overcomes its constitutional limits.

 Episode Outline:

I. Review of Part 1
II. Section 4: How the State Transends its Limits
III. Section 5: What the State Fears
IV. Section 6: How States Relate to One Another
V. Section 7: History as a Race Between State Power and Social Power
VI. Concluding Thoughts


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