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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • It seems that what is being labeled as Libertarian is more like Objectivism.

    I do like the Anarchist/Libertarian short take.
    • Agreed. I took the Libertarian/Communist description directly from the article. The author does to a certain extent seem to confuse objectists with libertarians though the former might be considered a subclass of the latter.

      Still, libertarians and objectivists do share many qualities. The most pervasive is the inability to recognize the cost of information [apotheon.com]. Information costs and the attendent market distortions are frequently omitted from economic models. It's like planning a rocket launch and ignoring wind shear.