Lew Rockwell comments on the great Ron Paul movement in this blog entry:
It was always Murray Rothbard's argument that while we might from time to time be short-term pessimists, we should always be long term optimists, for many reasons from economics and history.
And look at what Ron Paul has done. Building on an unmatched record in public life, and decades of serious study of Austrian economics, foreign policy, American history, and constitutional law and philosophy, he has led a movement that is rightly called a revolution.
That revolution has touched the hearts of young people--and not only young people--across the country and the world. The ideals of peace, free trade, non-intervention, the gold standard, free markets, private property, and civil liberties have never been spread so well and so widely.
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