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The full run of Murray Rothbard's newsletter The Libertarian Forum, published from 1969 to 1984, is now online.

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  1. Another great archiving project by the LVMI.

    Now why doesn’t the Ayn Rand Institute put all of Rand’s works on-line for free too? Hmm…

  2. “Rand’s works on-line for free…”

    Wouldn’t that be considered altruistic? Then the parasitic moochers will have won.

  3. “Rand’s works on-line for free…”

    Wouldn’t that be considered altruistic? Then the parasitic moochers will have won.

    Not necessarily. If it leads to wider acceptance of Objectivism and small government, it could be seen as an investment. I believe that Rand believed that winning the intellectuals was half the battle.

    – Josh

  4. “Rand’s works on-line for free…”

    Wouldn’t that run the risk of inducing boredom related coma to the general population in America?

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