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Source link: http://archive.mises.org/7838/the-hegelianism-of-the-2008-election/

The Hegelianism of the 2008 Election

February 27, 2008 by

If the political prediction markets are right, we are going to end up with a presidential contest between two people who agree on the pressing need to expand the entire welfare-warfare state. They can argue about priorities, but they agree on the overall goal. With the campaign lacking serious issues, something tells me that the great American obsession over race is going to play a major role, which is gravely unfortunate since the discussion is unlikely to be enlightening.

Of course it’s all politics, that is, equal parts dissembling and illusion, and designed to confer on some groups more power over other groups.

But it does raise important questions: what is racism and how can we tell if it exists? FULL ARTICLE


Wladimir Kraus February 27, 2008 at 11:02 am

An outstanding article! Thank you, Mr. Rockwell.

Ball February 28, 2008 at 7:45 pm

McCain hasn’t won yet. Party insiders hate him for the most part—all they need is an alternative. I drove to Texas to provide just this:


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