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You don't coerce or injure others. Why can politicians do it?

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The ugly truth about political borders – a NEW Mental Lever

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A locked door is for protection; a border is for fleecing

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I Want Lew Rockwell to Be Libertarian on Immigration

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Public property is NOT merely an extension of private property, which can, in turn, be used to restrict alien movement. Such a view violates the “NAP.” (Originally published 1/19/16 by Students for Liberty)

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Why were we cussed at and our motives attacked?

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What libertarian history can teach us about the immigration issue

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How many people will Jim Babka outrage today?

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Or could he perhaps mobilize a few for an important purpose?

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No Border Can Keep Out a Desirable Resident

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There’s a difference between resident and citizen. Residency is none of your business.

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Lew Rockwell’s not libertarian border argument

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How a novel property rights argument on borders contradicts the Zero Aggression Principle.

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