[T]he libertarian movement, and the Libertarian Party, will get nowhere in America – or throughout the world – so long as it is perceived, as it generally is, as a movement dedicated to atheism...Nock, Morley, Chodorov, Flynn et al. were not atheists, but for various accidental reasons of history, the libertarian movement after the 1950′s consisted almost exclusively of atheists...There is nothing inherently wrong with this, except that many libertarians have habitually and wrongly acted as if religious people in general and Christians in particular are pariahs and equivalent to statists. - Murray Rothbard
This talk was given at the 2011 Austrian Scholars Conference at the Mises Institute.
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