En The Libertarian Standard lo resumen así:
The address provides an insightful overview of various libertarian alliances and strategies over past decades, including the paleo-libertarian/paleo-conservative alliance, and reasons for its failure. Hoppe illustrates how the state has coopted even most free market think tanks into serving the state’s aims, because they are not radical enough and their principal addressee is the central government. Hoppe argues (a) that libertarians must not put their trust in politicians or get distracted by politics and (b) using the case of Pat Buchanan as an example, that it is impossible to have a lasting intellectual association with people (such as some conservatives) who are either unwilling or incapable of grasping the principles of economics.
La lectura es interesante, aunque no comparto la contundencia de algunos de sus juicios ni su desdeño absoluto por estrategias gradualistas desde dentro del sistema (¿me estoy "ablandando" en este aspecto...?)