The Cycle of the State

Editor’s Pick. Written by Dan Sanchez.

In Greek myth, Sisyphus was punished in Hades by having to eternally push a boulder up to the summit of a hill, only to have it roll down each time and to have to start over. This is an apt representation of the hopelessness of state revolution and reform, as can be revealed by bringing together the insights of two great libertarian anarchist scholars, Robert Higgs and Hans Hoppe.

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