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The Consequences of Equality

Author(s): Matthew S. Battaglioli

The Consequences of Equality is a critical analysis of egalitarianism. Economics, political theory, ethical theory, and sociology are all used to tackle some of the most controversial questions of the day: “What is the nature of equality?” “Are people truly equal, and in what ways?” “What would it mean if they are not?” and, most importantly, “What occurs when a society fails to accept the inevitability of inequality?” —Dr. Richard Lynn

  • We begin by discussing the recently inaugurated Donald Trump. Matt tells us that he generally distrusts politicians; as such, he’s pleasantly surprised to see Trump fulfilling his promises. We then discuss Matt’s book, The Consequences of Equality. We learn that his experiences in college – in particular, discussing social issues with liberals – led him to question the notion of equality. This leads to a discussion on the history of this oft-fetishized concept; in particular, we discuss how John Locke’s ideas concerning equality are misunderstood in the modern era. The first hour also covers the Alt-Right, Bolshevism, and ends on the topic of economics and banking.
    Red Ice Radio, Red IceRed Ice
  • The Consequences of Equality is a brave book that thrusts its ideas headlong into the teeth of a politically correct gale force storm.  A storm that threatens our livelihoods, our freedom and civilization itself. Please read it carefully and spread its message far and wide.
    Douglas French, LewRockwell.comLewRockwell.com
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Author

Matthew Battaglioli

Binding

Paperback

Contributors

Douglas E French, Richard Lynn Dr

ISBN-13

978-1-910524-88-6

ISBN-10

1910524883

Languages

English

Number Of Pages

106

Product Group

Book

Publication Date

2016-07-28

Publisher

Arktos Media Ltd

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