Ludwig von Mises: "Marx and Engels never tried to refute their opponents with argument. They insulted, ridiculed, derided, slandered, and traduced them, and in the use of these methods their followers are not less expert. Their polemic is directed never against the argument of the opponent, but always against his person." - Socialism
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|Ludwig von Mises||All attempts to create a substantive international law through whose application disputes among nations could be decided have miscarried.||Nation, State, and Economy|| p. 90||International Law
|Ludwig von Mises||[Y]ou simply cannot argue with nationalists. The Germans are fully convinced that compulsion applied by them to other nations is fair and just, while compulsion applied to themselves is criminal.||Omnipotent Government|| pp. 25758||International Law
|Ludwig von Mises||No international authority can preserve peace if economic wars continue. In our age of international division of labor, free trade is the prerequisite for any amicable arrangement between nations. And free trade is impossible in a world of etatism.||Omnipotent Government|| p. 6||International Law