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Koch v. Cato Judean People's Front/People's Front of Judea Blogging

In which I try again to make a rather subtle point to Jonathan Adler: Look: I agree that for Cato to be a Koch-owned and Koch-controlled entity is likely to destroy Cato as we have known it, and that would be a shame. I am trying to make the narrower point: the defense of Crane and Cato as we have known it is something that is easy for a Burkean or a communitarian or a social democrat to make, but well-nigh impossible for a libertarian to make.
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