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August 02, 2006



A lot of those striking similarites need citation. Wikipedia? You're a professor at Harvard and you had no more authoritative source than online graffiti?


I think what rings true is that transitions to democracy cannot be mediated, they must be arbited by force or else not at all. I'm not sure a libertarian could argue the benefits of the Marshall Plan successes of West Germany nor Japan, without ringing a bit hollow. Libertarianism resonates more on domestic issues than international conflicts.

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