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Is Bleeding-Heart Libertarianism Evil?

(April 26, 2012 01:41 AM, by Bryan Caplan) Todd Seavey's awfully unhappy about the rise of bleeding-heart libertarianism. He begins by describing his recent experience with bleeding-heart non-libertarians:I saw a lecture by (charming, charismatic, funny) Brown professor of Africana studies Tricia Rose last night, and it was a... (0 COMMENTS)
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The Wise Pluralism of David Friedman

Business & Finance / Economics : EconLog (3 years ago)

(April 10, 2012 10:22 AM, by Bryan Caplan) This month's Cato Unbound discusses Matt Zwolinski and John Tomasi's "Bleeding Heart History of Libertarianism." David Friedman's response is good enough to make me see utilitarianism in a ... Read Post

Reflections on Rod Long's "Libertarian Three-Step Program"

Business & Finance / Economics : EconLog (3 years ago)

(September 18, 2011 12:40 AM, by Bryan Caplan) Philosopher Rod Long's gotten a lot of attention for his recent post on Bleeding Heart Libertarians, and it's easy to see why. Rod leads with Wolf Blitzer's "gotcha" for Ron Paul:Wolf B... Read Post

(Libertarian) Paradise Lost

Business & Finance : Business: The Atlantic (5 years ago)

As many of you probably know, Bryan Caplan, Will Wilkinson, and others have been debating whether there was a libertarian golden age, ca. 1880, to which libertarians would return if they could.  The "pro Golden Age" side notes low t... Read Post


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