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Dr. Pierce Takes Dim View of the Libertarian Movement

Brief Commentary from National Vanguard magazine, Issue No. 103, January-February 1985:

The Libertarian movement, nurtured in part by widespread disgust or disillusionment with the two major parties and in part by its adherents’ yen to be associated with an imagined political and intellectual elite, has expanded in recent years. Most new recruits seem to be gathered from that somewhat nebulous group known as Yuppies: television-weaned, city-centered folk under 40 whose major pursuits in life are a full enjoyment of the standard items on man’s pleasure menu, as well as rapid job advancement in some high-tech or otherwise glamorous industry, interrupted occasionally by est encounters, visits to the racquetball courts, and libertarian meetings.

Libertarianism fits the spiritual vistas of many Yuppies . . .

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