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The Libertarian Tradition

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A weekly podcast with journalist, author, editor, broadcaster, and educator, Jeff Riggenbach.

Customer Reviews


I've learned a tremendous amount about the history of libertarianism from this excellent series!

It doesn't get much better than Riggenbach

Riggenbach continuously proves himself as a masterful researcher and knowledgable critic of even the most obscure figures in history who have influenced the Libertarian tradition. I love his deep brooding voice and excellent expressiveness in ever book, podcast and article that he reads. But this as his personal series is especially special because it shows that he can not only be a great narrator, but he understands that of which he is talking about and can paint one hell of a good story.

AA++ work.

Great work by a great reader. It is hoped that additional episodes expose the pledge of allegiance as the origin of the nazi salute and nazi behavior; and the use of the swastika as crossed s-letters for "socialism" under the national socialist German workers party (see the work of the historian Dr. Rex Curry). Keep up the good work!