The Gangster State

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This delightfully engaging snippet from Jack Colhoun’s Gangsterismo: The United States, Cuba, and the Mafia, 1933 to 1966, entitled Havana Nights: Mobsters and the American War on Cuba, once again reveals the true predatory nature of the State. Lysander Spooner compared it to a highwayman, Murray Rothbard to a bandit gang writ large. We can now add Colhoun’s name to that honored roll of able chroniclers of this parasitic criminal enterprise which has plagued humanity from its earliest social inception.

11:25 pm on September 13, 2013
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