“Is it not really strange that someone advocates the intervention of the government, i.e. the violation of private property rights and then uses the market to sell his book? Thanks to the market individuals may actually buy his book and satisfy their prejudices against liberty.” Why Mirowski Is Wrong About Neoliberalism and the Austrian School | Mises Institute

Is it not really strange that someone advocates the intervention of the government, i.e. the violation of private property rights and then uses the market to sell his book? Thanks to the market individuals may actually buy his book and satisfy their prejudices against liberty.

Source: Why Mirowski Is Wrong About Neoliberalism and the Austrian School | Mises Institute

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