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NEW – Political views aren’t reasonably chosen

They’re more like your choice of music

Introducing the Aesthetic Theory of partisan attraction Retweet

Today we have a brand NEW Mental Lever…

Why do people act as they do politically?
Much to a libertarian’s dismay, it’s not all logic and reason. This article introduces the “aesthetic theory” of partisan attraction.

This is our 92nd Mental Lever. Mental Levers explain how libertarians accurately analyze matters and events, in a sea of propaganda and even before all the details arrive.

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We’re pleased to bring you this new content, but we’re behind budget by 2,028. First, we have to catch-up. Then we can return to outreach, moving people in a voluntaryist direction — starting with our Political Conscience Test.

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Jim Babka
Zero Aggression Project

By: Jim Babka

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