He once said that the women’s liberation movement was an “ugly girl” club. And from close observation since the 1960s, I conclude that he was right.
If you haven’t read his books, your education is grossly incomplete. — jtl, 49
He had no use for modern feminism: “At the root of the women’s liberation movement is resentment against the very existence of women as a distinctive entity.”
If you want to understand Murray Rothbard, you need to keep one principle in mind. If you remember this, you will have the key to grasping his thought. And you should want to understand Murray Rothbard, because he was the greatest American defender of liberty in the twentieth century.
The principle in question is that Murray Rothbard had a consistent vision of the good society that he upheld throughout his…
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