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You're mistaking economic liberalism (neoliberalism),

which the Austrian School of economics is a part of, to neoconservatism (political/intellectual movement). You equated neoliberalism in one of your previous posts (there's no such term as a neoliberal political theory) to neoconservatism, that does derive from Trotskyism.

Neoliberalism has had several connotations at different periods depending who you ask but generally, today, it is equated to "laissez faire" economic policies of classical liberalism (which the Founders are generally thought to adhere to).

To be clear, Ron Paul IS an advocate of neoliberalism (economic policy as per today's general connotation of the term) as is the Austrian School of economics and IS NOT, and is in fact a declared enemy, to neoconservatism (which you and I erroneously equated to neoliberalism in previous posts), the political/intellectual movement.

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