Democracy – The God That Failed


So hot off the press, I haven’t actually listened to this myself yet, I’ve just been interviewed by Greg Moffitt on ‘Legalise Freedom’. We discuss the works of Professor Hans-Hermann Hoppe, particularly, Democracy, The God That Failed.

Here’s the link to the website.

Here’s the direct MP3 link:

Here’s the blurb:

Andy Duncan on the ideas contained in Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s book Democracy – The God That Failed, a radical debunking of the political system widely considered to be the best framework that society has developed around which to structure itself. Democracy and democratic ideals are being aggressively exported worldwide by the US and its allies, but in reality, democracy itself may be leading us to disaster.

Andy Duncan is an Austrian economist in the tradition of Mises, Rothbard and Hoppe, and runs the educational website, He can occasionally be heard running his own podcast, Radio Free Market World Report, which can be found at He also works within the global banking industry as a freelance private educator, teaching many varied clients about derivatives pricing, securities analysis, and finance in general.

Hans-Hermann Hoppe, author of Democracy – The God That Failed, is a prominent Austrian school economist and libertarian anarcho-capitalist philosopher. He is a Professor Emeritus of economics at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

I hope it’s good, and that I haven’t said too many silly things.

I’m realising that being interviewed is much more difficult than you might think.

See if you can listen to it before I can! 🙂


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  4. Jules says:

    As an Amerikan living in England, it’s reassuring to hear such awakened conversation.

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