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Arnold Kling is confusing the Austrian School of economics with the paleolibertarianism of the Ludwig von Mises Institute and Lew [Tracked on November 12, 2003 12: 04 AM]
Jason Zengerle explains paleolibertarianism, with an assist from, er, me.
Rothbard descended deep into the heart of crank-dom himself... “paleolibertarianism”?
The Wikipedia entry has all kinds of too-damn-fascinating crossreferences hooked into it … including a link to the page on paleolibertarianism, which I had never heard of before and which immediately conjured up images of some kind of Free the Dinosaurs movement.
For all I have said here, it might still be true that further argument would reveal reasons of thickness in application, or from grounds, or in strategy, or from consequences, that support a form of libertarianism quite different from that which I advocate, such as orthodox Objectivism, or even support a form that is almost exactly the opposite, such as Hoppean paleolibertarianism.