Kuznicki on Why the Libertarian Party Fights with Itself:
I’m reading some issues of Libertarian Forum from the late 70s and early 80s. In my defense, it’s work-related.Yeah, ugly "infighting," such as the outrageous smears of heroic libertarians at LewRockwell.com and the Mises Institute by his buddies Palmer (also part of that encyclopedia project) and pseudo-libertarian Tim Sandefur.
But I’m finding that it’s just sad, ugly reading — lots of infighting about issues that seem tangential or irrelevant, with little to offer an outsider about the value of having a Libertarian Party at all. Sometimes the articles don’t even explain why these people are fighting each other in the first place, leaving me rather mystified. And that’s saying quite a lot, coming from a guy who has just spent the last year of his life helping to edit the Encyclopedia of Libertarianism.