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Karl Hess

Data urodzenia: 25. Maj 1923
Data zgonu: 22. Kwiecień 1994

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Karl Hess – amerykański filozof polityki, krytyk systemu podatkowego, dziennikarz, redaktor, jeden z współtwórców anarchokapitalizmu, ateista, autor kilkunastu książek w tym Mostly on the Edge, Dear America, Community Technology i Capitalism for Kids oraz dziesiątek przemówień dla wszystkich najważniejszych Republikanów połowy XX wieku – Richarda Nixona, Dwighta Eisenhowera, Geralda Forda i Barry'ego Goldwatera, który określał go mianem współczesnego Szekspira.

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Cytaty Karl Hess

„And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue.“

— Karl Hess
Context: I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice.And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue. Barry Goldwater's speech http://www.c-span.org/video/?4018-1/goldwater-1964-acceptance-speech accepting the Republican presidential nomination, written by Karl Hess, delivered 16 July 1964, San Francisco.

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„Libertarianism is clearly the most, perhaps the only truly radical movement in America. It grasps the problems of society by the roots. It is not reformist in any sense. It is revolutionary in every sense.“

— Karl Hess
Context: Libertarianism is clearly the most, perhaps the only truly radical movement in America. It grasps the problems of society by the roots. It is not reformist in any sense. It is revolutionary in every sense.

„Libertarianism is a people's movement and a liberation movement.“

— Karl Hess
Context: Libertarianism is a people's movement and a liberation movement. It seeks the sort of open, non-coercive society in which the people, the living, free, distinct people may voluntarily associate, dis-associate, and, as they see fit, participate in the decisions affecting their lives. This means a truly free market in everything from ideas to idiosyncrasies. It means people free collectively to organize the resources of their immediate community or individualistically to organize them; it means the freedom to have a community-based and supported judiciary where wanted, none where not, or private arbitration services where that is seen as most desirable. The same with police. The same with schools, hospitals, factories, farms, laboratories, parks, and pensions. Liberty means the right to shape your own institutions. It opposes the right of those institutions to shape you simply because of accreted power or gerontological status.

„The fundamental question of politics has always been whether there should be politics.“

— Karl Hess
Context: The most interesting political questions throughout history have been whether or not humans will be ruled or free, whether they will be responsible for their actions as individuals or left irresponsible as members of society, and whether they can live in peace by volitional agreements alone.The fundamental question of politics has always been whether there should be politics.

„I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice.“

— Karl Hess
Context: I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice.And let me remind you also that moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue. Barry Goldwater's speech http://www.c-span.org/video/?4018-1/goldwater-1964-acceptance-speech accepting the Republican presidential nomination, written by Karl Hess, delivered 16 July 1964, San Francisco.

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„Whenever you put your faith in big government for any reason, sooner or later you wind up an apologist for mass murder.“

— Karl Hess
As quoted in Why Americans Hate Politics, by E.J. Dionne, Jr., Simon & Schuster (2004) p. 267.

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