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  • noun Plural form of statist.


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  • A common approach among modern statists is to create

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  • A common approach among modern statists is to create a myriad of new non-rights to dilute and replace our fundamental rights as individuals.

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  • But for conservatives (aka statists), that doesn't matter: no issue is too small, too big, or too private for government to tackle.

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  • Whereas other attempts to make a libertarian case, both before and after this book, might typically call for transitional or half measures, or be willing to concede as much as possible to statists, that is not what we get from Murray.

  • 'statists' - people who think the individual's life is the State's to dispose of.


  • I use the term "statists" rather than liberal or conservative because, as I noted above, it isn't a right or left issue.

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  • By repute, these "statists" yearn for the days when Russia was a great power.

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  • It's always the freemarket Capitalists fault, never the "statists" (read = Marxist Socialists) though they readily admit that in spite of their different aims, their short term agendas dovetail quite nicely as Sarah Glynn admits:


  • Do you think the SEC was dreamed up by "statists" who were "agitating for more control"?


  • The globalists conceal the economic treason that is committed by politicians in Washington by ridiculing those who think that sending jobs to China and importing cheap, foreign labor may not be the best way to go about things as "statists," "isolationists," and

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