A Philosophy for the Propertied

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"Libertarianism -- even in its most seemingly benign forms -- is a reactionary rejection of political struggle and an affirmation of the private abuse of power."

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Far from denouncing coercion, libertarians celebrate it -- provided that it is deployed for the benefit of the possessors of property.
Rob Hunter, "A Philosophy for the PropertiedA Philosophy for the Propertied"
Libertarianism’s veneer of rational detachment cannot conceal its reactionary results: an expanded sphere of private domination, facilitated by a contracting sphere of public authority and public oversight.
Rob Hunter, "A Philosophy for the PropertiedA Philosophy for the Propertied"