From Thatcher, to Friedman, to Rothbard, to Hoppe

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My Progression to Anarcho-Libertarianism and My Debt to Milton Friedman

My resignation from the Conservative party was accepted yesterday. When I joined the party in late 2009, I was rather ‘traditionalist’ and generally ‘centre-right’; I was the typical Tory. My understanding of the differences between capitalism and socialism was near non-existent and my faith in the former was pretty weak. I had no philosophy, no justifications for the random and conflicting conclusions I would jump to, and no thoughts which were truly my own. Continue reading