Is government, by its very nature, immoral?
2013 04 02

From: Tragedy and Hope

Tragedy and Hope Presents: History... So It Doesn’t Repeat, featuring a debate between Stefan Molyneux and Tom Willcutts, attempting to answer the question "Is government, by its very nature, immoral?".






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