"Michael M. Butler" wrote:
> Though the blurb at this page (and to some degree, Sowell himself)
> frames it as conservative vs. liberal, it's really more about
> zetetic-pragmatist vs. idealist (yes, Virginia, there are
> Objectivist/conservative/materialist idealists).
To clarify, since it seems I sometimes go too fast for some people:
"it's really more about..." refers to the conflict of visions itself,
not the book. And government involvement is a side effect, not an
intrinsic, of said conflict.
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