We hear from libertarian critics of Ron Paul and Murray Rothbard (yes, such people exist, believe it or not) that they pursued something called “the paleo strategy,” which today is ridiculed and dismissed without actually being addressed or refuted. Tho Bishop of the Mises Institute joins me to discuss who the paleos were and, to the extent they had a strategy, what it was. Hint: it did not involve tripping over themselves to adopt whatever crazy cultural demand the left was making on a given day.
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“A Strategy for the Right,” by Murray Rothbard
The Betrayal of the American Right, by Murray Rothbard (edited with an introduction by Tom Woods)
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