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Responding to James Lindsay’s Critique of “National Divorce”

Bob goes solo to give a point-by-point rebuttal to James Lindsay’s recent essay arguing that “national divorce means national suicide.” Bob argues that James employs inconsistent claims and ignores the tremendous economic boon to an independent Texas.

James Lindsay’s Article “National Divorce is National Suicide”: Mises.org/HAP434a
Bob’s Book “Common Sense: The Case for an Independent Texas”: Mises.org/HAP434b
AntiWar.com Article on Gaza: Mises.org/HAP434c
Scott Horton’s Interview with Arnon Soffer: Mises.org/HAP434d
 
Join Tom DiLorenzo, Joe Salerno, and Patrick Newman in Tampa on February 17: Mises.org/Tampa2024
Use code “Action24” for 15% off admission.
 

Human Action Podcast listeners can get a free copy of Dr. Guido Hülsmann’s How Inflation Destroys Civilization: Mises.org/HAPodFree

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