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Author: Murray Rothbard,Murray N. Rothbard
ISBN: 1933550481
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Pages 60 pages
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institute (May 18, 2018)
Language English
Category: Politics
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by Murray Rothbard,Murray N. Rothbard


Murray N. Rothbard made major contributions to economics, history, political philosophy, and legal theory. He combined Austrian economics with a fervent commitment to individual liberty.

Murray N. Murray N. Rothbard made major contributions to economics, history, political philosophy, and legal theory Man, Economy, and State, with Power and Market. Rothbard provides a sweeping presentation of Austrian economic theory. This three-lecture course presents a coherent Austrian economics approach to money and banking.

Murray Newton Rothbard (/ˈrɒθbɑːrd/; March 2, 1926 – January 7, 1995) was an American heterodox economist of the Austrian School, historian, and a political theorist(pp11, 286, 380) whose writings and personal influence played a seminal role in the . .

Murray Newton Rothbard (/ˈrɒθbɑːrd/; March 2, 1926 – January 7, 1995) was an American heterodox economist of the Austrian School, historian, and a political theorist(pp11, 286, 380) whose writings and personal influence played a seminal role in the development of modern.

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Murray Rothbard was known as the state's greatest living enemy, and this is his most succinct and powerful statement on the topic.

Murray Rothbard came to me, or I came to him after years of admiring and following Ron Paul's speeches and ideas. After reading anatomy of the state and other works from Rothbard, now I see where many of Ron Paul's ideas originate. They come from Rothbard, and Rothbard's ideas, at the same time, originate in Mises' interpretation of life in the world throughout the lens of Austrian Economics and individualism.

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Anatomy of the State book. Following Franz Oppenheimer and Albert Jay Nock, Rothbard regards the state as a predatory entity. It does not produce anything but rather steals resources from those engaged in production. In applying this view to American history, Rothbard makes use of the work of John C. Calhoun.

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Ludwig von Mises Institute. 518 West Magnolia Avenue Auburn, Alabama 36832 ww. ises. ISBN: 978-1-933550-48-0 The greatest danger to the State is independent intellectual criticism. 13 14 anatomy of the state. by transforming them (by mixing his labor with them, as Locke puts it), to make them his individ- ual property, and then by exchanging this prop- erty for the similarly obtained property of others.

Murray Rothbard was known as the state's greatest living enemy, and this is his most succinct and powerful statement on the topic, an exhibit A in how he came to wear that designation proudly. He shows how the state wrecks freedom, destroys civilization, and threatens all lives and property and social well being.
Whitesmasher
We may test the hypothesis that the State is largely interested in protecting itself rather than its subjects by asking: which category of crimes does the State pursue and punish most intensely—those against private citizens or those against itself? The gravest crimes in the State’s lexicon are almost invariably not invasions of private personor property, but dangers to its own contentment, for example, treason, desertion of a soldier to the enemy, failure to register for the draft, subversion and subversive conspiracy, assassination of rulers and such economic crimes against the State as counterfeiting its money or evasion of its income tax. Or compare the degree of zeal devoted to pursuing the man who assaults a policeman, with the attention that the State pays to the assault of an ordinary citizen. Yet, curiously, the State’s openly assigned priority to its own defense against the public strikes few people as inconsistent with its presumed raison d’etre.
Rainbearer
You think your president really, truly represents you and has your best interests in mind? You think that by voting you make a difference? You think that the government should take care of the economy, health care, and every possible aspect of your life? If so, think again or you will be in for a big surprise if you haven't realized it as of now. If you already had intuitions about the parasitic, and fundamentally flawed nature of government but still couldn't grasp it in its horrific totality then this is the book you need to read.
Murray Rothbard came to me, or I came to him after years of admiring and following Ron Paul's speeches and ideas. After reading anatomy of the state and other works from Rothbard, now I see where many of Ron Paul's ideas originate. They come from Rothbard, and Rothbard's ideas, at the same time, originate in Mises' interpretation of life in the world throughout the lens of Austrian Economics and individualism.
If you identify yourself with Ron Paul, libertarianism, individualism and classical liberalism, then this is a book you need to read to know what we, as a civilization, are currently facing in the form of tyrannical governments, corrupt politicians and despotic ruling elites. Rothbard deconstructs many of those vague ideas and uncertain images we have about how things are and how things should be, to provide us with, instead, a very clear target of what's wrong in this world and how we can respond to those who threaten our freedom to think, do, and be.
I highly recommend this book. But be warned, if you decide to go ahead and read it, your views on humanity and your own perspective of reality will be forever changed and there will be no coming back. And that, in this case, will always be good news, as keeping things the way we are will doom us all eventually,
Love Me
Murray Rothbard is considered by many of his devout followers the father of Libertarianism. This short read (only about 55 pages) dissects the role of the state and its intended purpose in the eyes of the author. As someone who has been both influenced and intrigued by the Libertarian ideology, I felt this was certainly a book I had to read. Most people outside of Libertarian circles would find this book quite extreme and I can understand why. However, from a 40,000 ft view and looking at history as a credible example, it is quite shocking to see how many people have been killed and exterminated through forced state actions such as war, domestic police and military brutality, as well as seizure of economic resources at the hands of the state. I am still finding my way when it comes to what the role of the state should be if any. I do find either extremes of total state control or no state control very worrying though.
Kadar
I am someone who is skeptical of the state and convinced that the state is far more interested in itself and those who are a part of the state than of the governed. This book confirms that view and points out how hard the state works to eliminate restraints put upon it and the propensity of the state to expand its powers. Along the way, the state and the governors give no thought to the governed except to evaluate how people will vote.

I will interject current politics here. It appears the Obama not only abstained on the UN vote on the Israeli settlements, but after the resolution was pulled by Egypt, he manipulated some other countries to resurrect the bill so he could make sure the resolution would pass. Did Obama do that when there was a chance he could be punished by voters? Of course not. He waited until after the election so he could get his wishes with no personal repercussions. Did Obama care what the governed thought? Of course not. This is a prime example of how Rothbard views the state and the people who run the government.

This book is for anyone who is skeptical of the state no matter what the form of government may be.
Fordrekelv
I was reminded of the foolish choice of the Hebrews, who gave up nearly half a millennium of liberty under the Hebrew Republic, for "a king like the other nations". Daniel Elazar makes the claim that only then, and at America's founding did real liberty make a brief appearance. Hayek also called for a fourth branch of government to act as the lawyer's law, with the role of checking the Supreme Court when It strays from the Law in the Constitution. Ultimately, we do chose our "king", investing in the state our own flawed and misguided views of God, Nature, and Man.
Fek
So many of todays woes can be traced to conflating things that are not the same. The goverment is NOT the same as the country. Governance is NOT the same as the State. Here Rothbard, with his incredibly brilliant mind, tells us exactly what the State IS. And the answer, my friends, is not good. Rothbard traces the history of the state back from its very beginnings, reminds us what the State is not and what it is. He shows how the State always tends to grow in size and power. And the argument is pretty convincing that this is not a good thing.

For anyone pondering any sort of political questions, or wondering about today's government, you need to read this book. As Lew Rockwell says, this book will change you.