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MARCH 11, 2014 by B.K. MARCUS
Those who use the word "privilege" as a bludgeon don't understand the word's history any better than they do the complexity of power dynamics.
They had more to do with each other than you might think
NOVEMBER 25, 2013 by B.K. MARCUS
The plague and the Little Ice Age didn't do Europe any favors. But the excesses of the State amplified the damage.
Programming quality is inversely proportional to regulatory meddling
OCTOBER 09, 2013 by B.K. MARCUS
Television's new golden age puts consumers in control, rather than the government or the networks.
The story of America’s most famous statue is more than a little libertarian
AUGUST 20, 2013 by B.K. MARCUS
We hear that the Statue of Liberty was the gift of "the French people" to "the American people." Grammar-school civics aside, though, individuals from all walks of life wound up funding the statue voluntarily, without State funding or coercion.
Why Did It Take So Long for the World to Go Wireless?
AUGUST 01, 2013 by B.K. MARCUS
The story of the wireless revolution begins before World War II. It took an extra couple of decades to come about because the inventors dedicated themselves to the State.