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My favorite period of history is the United States in the years 1870-1915.
Because it is the freest period in the history of man.
Was it a libertarian panacea? Nope. There were, in fact, infringements on liberty, such as the violation of women’s rights, the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1870, compulsory school-attendance laws in Massachusetts, and others.
[POST-PUBLICATION NOTE: A reader wrote me and suggested that I should also point out that Jim Crow laws, which, needless to say, where a major infringement on liberty, began during this era. I agree with him. Also, another reader suggested I should make the period end in 1912, given that the Sixteenth Amendment and the Federal Reserve Act were enacted in 1913. I think his point is valid also. I probably should also mention that the Sherman Anti-Trust Act was enacted in 1870 and that the first immigration-control act was enacted in 1884. Like I say, this ...