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  • Foundry For A Public Private Trust

    Public Private Trust GeMiJa copyright 2008 A Public Private Trust originates through a variation of state capitalism where shares of stock from corporations are exchanged for state subsidies . However, unlike state capitalism the shares acquired through the exchange are relinquished by the state into...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Monk-Eye on Thu, Aug 4 2011
  • What do you think about consequential libertarians?

    Can we consider consequential libertarians, actual libertarians? What makes them any different from neocons and other statists from the left and the right? Their foreign policy seems no different from Republicans. [quote] Consequentialist libertarianism, on the other hand, does not adhere to or rely...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by SilentXtarian on Sun, Feb 14 2010
  • Political Definitions

    I would be interested in seeing a post, blog, website, etc that is devoted to defining political terms. I was at a Tea Party where I saw signs calling Obama a communist, a socialist, and a fascist. Which sign was correct? All three? What about Bush, what would we classify him as? I believe there are...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Gary Halpin on Sat, Apr 18 2009
  • Eugenics and Libertarianism -- PLEASE HELP ME DEBATE

    In a class of mine we are discussing "genetics and society" i.e. how some couples are choosing to abort their unborn children if genetic testing says the child will have down syndrome or bad vision or some other defect. (See http://www.nytimes.com/2004/06/20/health/20PREN.html?pagewanted=1&ei...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by capitalist on Wed, Feb 11 2009
  • Libertarians are absolutely horrible at influencing people.

    For the purpose of this topic I am including people who consider themselves: -Libertarians -Classical Liberals -Neoliberals -Austrian School followers -Chicago School/Friedman followers Yes I recognize that those titles often heavily overlap and there are some big differences between some of them. (Especially...
    Posted to Political Theory (Forum) by Rabble159 on Wed, Feb 4 2009
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