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You can also read Hoppe on why the so-called 'dark' ages and most monarchies in the world were much more libertarian than the current democracies.

Did you know that most kings and nobles used their private wealth to wage wars and wars tended to be personal affairs of nobility up until 18th century. Mayer Amschel Rothschild, in the 18th century, became the first banker to invent public debt loans - loan to a national government on interest, in return for tax based re-payments. This was the starting point of the money changers controlling political and social affairs across countries.