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White, Right, and Libertarian Paperback – February 5, 2018
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Somehow this book came incredibly politicized by including the word “white” in the title and a few pages addressing race. The content included a completely valid mention of libertarian movements being white (and male) both at founding and in terms of current adherents, and goes into a few reasonable consequences. It is explicitly against unfounded racial prejudice or hatred, and specifically calls out believing that all of group A are superior to group B as irrational and unjustified, as well as calling into question people who universally prefer all members of group A over group B. Overall, I don’t think the racial aspect of the argument was particularly significant except that it stirred up drama on the right (LVMI applied pressure to remove HHH’s preface from the book, etc.), but I also don’t think it was offensive or inaccurate.
Generally I’d still go straight to the works of Hoppe, but for a different presentation of the same ideas, this is a good book as well.
Definitely a new standard in libertarian thought.