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Defining and Defending a Libertarian Populism

Originally published on Mises.org Is populism inherently bad? Deirdre McCloskey, speaking earlier this month to a meeting of the Mont Pelerin Society in Stockholm, certainly thinks so. Her broad and sweeping liberal critique of populism focused not on criticisms of current populist movements, but rather on the big-picture issues of tyranny and prosperity. And to… Continue reading Defining and Defending a Libertarian Populism