Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 170.
Episode 325 of the Tom Woods Show: Are Corporations Un-Libertarian?
From Tom’s show notes (with a few additions from me):
Corporations aren’t people, say protestors. Corporations are creatures of the state, say some libertarians. Is there any merit to these complaints? Should libertarians support the corporate form or not? That’s the topic of discussion on today’s episode, with guest Stephan Kinsella.
Related Writing by the Guest
- KOL115 | Mises Canada Austrian AV Club—Kinsella and the Corporation on Trial (2012)
- KOL100 | The Role of the Corporation and Limited Liability In a Free Society (PFS 2013)
- KOL 026 | FreeDomain Radio with Stefan Molyneux discussing Corporations and Limited Liability
- Left-Libertarianism on Corporations and Limited Liability
- Rothbard on Corporations and Limited Liability for Tort
- Comment on Knapp’s Big Government, Big Business — Conjoined Twins
- Defending Corporations: Block and Huebert
- Run! Run! It’s a Business in a Box!
- Legitimizing the Corporation and Other Posts
Book by the Guest
Robert Hessen, In Defense of the Corporation