232: How the Truth Becomes Illegal (Addendum/Optional) – Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy


An addendum to a series of shows inspired by recent current events involving the NSA, Prism, Edward Snowden and the barrage of leading questions from the mainstream media about the government's "legal" power to censor or silence the truth. And why do so many in the media want to bury the truth?

Moving away from ideologies, aspirations, and academics, this episode deals with the specific operational maneuvers of those who shaped 20th century history from behind the scenes.

This episode is a complete reading of Murray Rothbard's essay/book Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy

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  1. Great work Brett! Thanks so much for making this “audiobook” version of Murray Rothbard’s “Wall Street, Banks, and American Foreign Policy”.

    It makes me happy to know that you too saw the value of incorporating this work by Rothbard into the topic covered in recent School Sucks Podcast episodes. I totally agree that it creates a nice bridge between the “liberty community” and the “history/conspiracy analysis community”.

  2. I really enjoyed this show! I read this essay/book about a year ago. Hearing it again was a good refresher. I am a new listener, so I don’t know if you have covered another Rothbard essay: “Anatomy of The State”. I know that essay converts a lot of limited government people into voluntaryists.

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