If you ignore all of the personal attacks, this is actually a very interesting discussion of libertarian economics from two years ago on the Libertarian Alliance blog featuring Paul Marks, Ian B, Roderick Long, Kevin Carson, Bill Green and others.
Contrary to what many seem to believe the conflict between proprietarian or free market libertarians and communal or socialist libertarians is not new and dates back to (at least) the early to middle nineteenth century. My own “solution” to the conflict is the one suggested by Voltairine de Cleyre, i.e. institutional and territorial separation of those with irreconcilable views on what the optimal form of economic organization would be.
Categories: Economics/Class Relations