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The case for nullification and the zombie arguments against it

Posted by Richard on July 6, 2010

Tom Woods, whose latest book is Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century, recently sat down for an interview with a zombie. The zombie articulated the standard arguments against nullification and any mention of so-called "states' rights" (actually, powers reserved to the states or the people by the 10th Amendment). Woods countered them rather effectively, in my opinion.

But it's hard to win an argument with a zombie. Especially if the subject of brains comes up. Enjoy this amusing and educational eight-minute "Interview with a Zombie." 


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2 Responses to “The case for nullification and the zombie arguments against it”

  1. Jan said

    It was amusing and educational! I’ve never seen or heard of the zombie interviews. What a concept – what a country!

  2. rgcombs said

    I’m not certain, but I think this may be the first ever zombie interview. Tom Woods is a pretty funny and clever guy.

    Maybe there’ll be more zombie interviews in the future. The idea has merit. 🙂

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