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The Tom Woods Show: Episode 605 – Do We Need Eminent Domain to Build Roads?

‘One of the most frequently cited reasons for the alleged need for eminent domain is road provision — how could roads be built if people with property along the route  couldn’t have their property taken from them? Well, they can, … Continue reading

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Why We Need Markets To Know Who Should Own Western Lands by Ryan McMaken

“Why We Need Markets To Know Who Should Own Western Lands” is the title of an interesting article about changing land use patters in the western US as well as a reminder about the importance of prices to facilitate economic … Continue reading

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KOL195 | The 21st Century Anarchist Podcast Ep. 038: IP with Stephan Kinsella

Kinsella has done many interviews and written many articles against intellectual property. However, this interview would be a good place to begin for those new to Kineslla’s ideas. He provides some very good examples to flesh out his positions.

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The Tom Woods Show: Episode 507 – Anarcho-Capitalism or Anarcho-Socialism? Why We Should Embrace Property Rights

In this episode of The Tom Woods Show, Woods talks with Nathan Fraser about the importance of property rights in minimizing interpersonal conflict. As always, additional information can be found at the show notes page.

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Podcast: Łukasz Dominiak: Culture in Hoppe’s Private Law Society

Dominiak was interviewed by Jeff Deist on the Mises Weekend podcast. ‘Łukasz Dominiak is an adjunct scholar at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Poland, and a student of political philosophy. His research as a Summer Fellow at the Mises Institute involves … Continue reading

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William Grigg on Civil Rights as Property Rights

Grigg, in his Freedom Zealot podcast, perceptively points out the errors of the civil rights movement in not taking the property rights approach to so called “civil rights”. He also provides an economic analysis of the Jim Crow laws.

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From Casey Research: Property Rights and Property Taxes—and Countries That Don’t Have Them

Nick Giambruno of Casey Research wrote an interesting and informative article about the perniciousness of property taxes and the few countries that spurn them. ‘Do you really own something that you are forced to perpetually make payments on and which … Continue reading

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