Tag Archives: French Revolution

Where Consumers Rule the Markets

On Equality and Inequality By Ludwig von Mises   Different and Unequal The doctrine of natural law that inspired the 18th century declarations of the rights of man did not imply the obviously fallacious proposition that all men are biologically … Continue reading

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The Final Stage of Revolution

Recognizing the Revolutionary Process in History By Otto Scott “The final stage in all revolutions is an assault against the Executive. Historically, this has taken various forms.” During President Reagan’s Administration, the Wall Street Journal editorialized about a confrontation between … Continue reading

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The New Sovereignty: A Return to Roman Antiquity?

The New Sovereignty By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony  After 1660, the foundations of Western culture began to shift away from Christianity. This was a resumption of a trend which began in the late middle ages and resulted in the Renaissance. The … Continue reading

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