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  1. Review of Power: A New Social Analysis by Bertrand Russell/power‏‎ (25 categories)
  2. Defying Hitler: A Memoir/Childishness‏‎ (22 categories)
  3. Anarcho-Depravity‏‎ (17 categories)
  4. The Elasticity of Demand With Respect to Product Failures; or Why the Market for Quack Medicines Flourished for More Than 150 Years‏‎ (17 categories)
  5. The Second Bill Of Rights: FDR's UNfinished Revolution-- And Why We Need It More Than Ever‏‎ (17 categories)
  6. What's Wrong With Libertarianism‏‎ (17 categories)
  7. Anarcho-Depravity/Molestitarian‏‎ (16 categories)
  8. Mike Huben/Invisible Hand‏‎ (16 categories)
  9. My Take on the Seven Things We Need to Focus on for Equitable Growth in America/bigger and better government‏‎ (16 categories)
  10. The Libertarian Reader: Classic & Contemporary Writings from Lao-Tzu to Milton Friedman‏‎ (16 categories)
  11. Independence, Propertylessness, and Basic Income: A Theory of Freedom as the Power to Say No‏‎ (15 categories)
  12. Keynes on Laissez-Faire‏‎ (15 categories)
  13. Libertarians Are Huge Fans of Economic Coercion‏‎ (15 categories)
  14. Patterson and Kehoe, and the great lead debate‏‎ (15 categories)
  15. The Great Transformation: The Political and Economic Origins of Our Time‏‎ (15 categories)
  16. Timely Abraham Lincoln quote: Who defines Liberty?‏‎ (15 categories)
  17. Why I want Bitcoin to die in a fire/Leninism‏‎ (15 categories)
  18. Coercion and Distribution in a Supposedly Non-Coercive State‏‎ (14 categories)
  19. Cyberlibertarianism: The Extremist Foundations of ‘Digital Freedom’‏‎ (14 categories)
  20. Economics in Two Lessons: Why Markets Work So Well, and Why They Can Fail So Badly‏‎ (14 categories)
  21. My Take on the Seven Things We Need to Focus on for Equitable Growth in America‏‎ (14 categories)
  22. Nick Eberstadt and the "Takers" Once Again: More Reflections on the General Theory of the Moocher Class/five areas‏‎ (14 categories)
  23. Nullification, Neo-Confederates, and the Revenge of the old Right‏‎ (14 categories)
  24. Palantir Knows Everything About You‏‎ (14 categories)
  25. Regional Policy and Distributional Policy in a World Where People Want to Ignore the Value and Contribution of Knowledge and Network-Based Increasing Returns/moocher‏‎ (14 categories)
  26. Silicon Valley’s Tax-Avoiding, Job-Killing, Soul-Sucking Machine‏‎ (14 categories)
  27. The Contrarian Trap: The Source of the Liberty Movement’s Dark Side‏‎ (14 categories)
  28. Violently Destroying Liberty Is Important For Flourishing, Libertarian Argues‏‎ (14 categories)
  29. Worse than Wal-Mart: Amazon’s sick brutality and secret history of ruthlessly intimidating workers‏‎ (14 categories)
  30. Algorithmic Prison‏‎ (13 categories)
  31. Cyberlibertarianism: The Extremist Foundations of ‘Digital Freedom’/order‏‎ (13 categories)
  32. Economic Ideas You Should Forget‏‎ (13 categories)
  33. Illiberal Libertarians: Why Libertarianism Is Not a Liberal View/jim crow‏‎ (13 categories)
  34. Karl Polanyi Explains It All‏‎ (13 categories)
  35. Libertarianism Makes You Stupid/business‏‎ (13 categories)
  36. On the Problematic Political Authority of Property Rights: How Huemer Proves Too Much/Property Rights‏‎ (13 categories)
  37. Regional Policy and Distributional Policy in a World Where People Want to Ignore the Value and Contribution of Knowledge and Network-Based Increasing Returns‏‎ (13 categories)
  38. Shrugging off Atlas/social‏‎ (13 categories)
  39. The "No True Libertarianism" fallacy‏‎ (13 categories)
  40. The God That Sucked‏‎ (13 categories)
  41. The Iron Fist Behind The Invisible Hand‏‎ (13 categories)
  42. Timely Abraham Lincoln quote: Who defines Liberty?/shepherd‏‎ (13 categories)
  43. What obligation? Maximise what?/posturing‏‎ (13 categories)
  44. Where did Donald Trump get his racialized rhetoric? From libertarians.‏‎ (13 categories)
  45. Capitalism And Freedom (Robert Nielsen review)‏‎ (12 categories)
  46. Conservative Intellectuals: Follow the Money/conservatives‏‎ (12 categories)
  47. Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right/expedience‏‎ (12 categories)
  48. Economics for the Rest of Us: Debunking the Science That Makes Life Dismal‏‎ (12 categories)
  49. Existential Comics 234: Desert Island Economics‏‎ (12 categories)
  50. Existential Comics 259: A Dialogue on Freedom‏‎ (12 categories)

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