Read/listen to both sides. Most of us were thoroughly saturated in the statist worldview and version of history. Reading or watching Woods is learning the other side, views and versions that have been suppressed until the internet. The versions of historical events taught by Woods, Tom DiLorenzo, etc. are easily verifiable with Google or other search engines. I'm not seeing the problem. Woods' "Liberty Classroom" sounds like a great deal for homeschoolers (too late for me, though). Tom Woods is a very consistent libertarian and ruthlessly logical and coherent while maintaining a polite manner, as is Lew Rockwell. I do enjoy DiLorenzos biting sarcasm and wit. If you can refute the points these teachers of liberty make, then don't believe them. I don't think you can.
Truth does exist.
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