Unpacking “The Monopoly on Violence” ft. Jose Galison Ep. 166

by | May 16, 2021

Jose Galison of “No Way, Jose!” joined me once again for Part II of our review of “The Monopoly on Violence.” We unpack several topics like the Social Contract, the anarchist tradition, qualified immunity, the socialist calculation problem, minarchy vs. monarchy vs. anarchy, and many more topics.

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Patrick MacFarlane is a Wisconsin attorney in private practice. He is the host of the Liberty Weekly Podcast at www.libertyweekly.net, where he covers libertarian legal theory, Austrian economics, history, and other libertarian topics. He may be reached at patrick.macfarlane@libertyweekly.net
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