Socialism: The Qaddafi version

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February 28, 2011
Center for a Stateless Society
by David D'Amato  
Posted in Commentary

"[T]he Qaddafi permutation of socialism has been, by all accounts, more practical than philosophical, a variable and temperamental medley of views informed more by his personal idiosyncrasies than by ideological inclination. Impassioned disagreement would have been — if there could be one at all — among the invariable marks of socialistic thought, and the pages of Benjamin Tucker’s Liberty were at all times brimming with the fever of debate over everything from banking, to interest, to land." (02/24/11)  

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